Undisputable right to name and identity
Monday, 03 March 2008

Skopje/Geneva 

Antonio Milososki Macedonia, as any other country, has indisputable right to have its own constitutional name and national identity.

Chief of Macedonian diplomacy Antonio Milososki said this in his address to the ministerial session of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, which started Monday in Geneva.

Pointing out that there is only one country that disputes Macedonia's name, minister Milososki called onto Greece to recognize the constitutional name and join the vast majority of United Nations' members that have already done that.

At the margins of the session, which was opened by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the chief of Macedonian diplomacy had meetings with foreign ministers of Slovakia and Hungary, Ján Kubiš and Kinga Göncz, Macedonian foreign ministry reported.

Stating their support for the Adriatic group to receive NATO invitation in April, Kubiš and Göncz pointed out that the enlargement with Macedonia, Croatia and Albania will be a great success for the Alliance in regards to further democratization and stability of the entire region.

 



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