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New Democracy kept up the pressure over the Macedonia name issue on Wednesday despite attempts by Skopje to row back from comments by Prime Minister Zoran Zaev which were interpreted by some as referring to a so-called “Macedonian” minority in Greece.
Although the main target of the opposition party’s criticism was the government, ND’s attempts to keep the issue high up on the political agenda were also driven by its aim of putting other opposition parties and individual MPs in a tight spot as Greek ...
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