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Republic of Macedonia

This category covers questions about the Republic of Macedonia, a country located in the central Balkan peninsula in Southeastern Europe. It declared independence from Yugoslavia on September 8, 1991 which was recognized on April 8, 1993. Since then, the Republic of Macedonia has been disputing with Greece over the use of the word "Macedonia," which is also a region in Greece.
If you are not FYRMacedonian yes you do.
It didn't, Macedonia is still and was always part of Greece. There is a country Former Yugaslav Republic Of Macedonia, but this is a modern name given to the Country. The historical area "Makedonia" is mostly in Modern Greece and was considered a Greek state (as eg.Athens was) to the Ancient Greeks,...
  Alexander became king when he was 20 years old
The traditional Greek lamb gyros with tzatziki (pita souvlaki) asonly Greece can make of course. However, Greeks from Macedonia in the north just like the Greeksfrom Athens in the south enjoy an assortment of traditional and notso traditional Greek culinary delights. Thessaloniki Bougatsa - Custard...
  Ther isn't a specific "cold month" but anytime during the Winter would be cold. :d
  about 10 hours depending on what route you take and how many stops you have
Answer . *Serbia. *Slovenia. *Croatia. *Bosnia-Herzegovina. *Macedonia. *Montenegro. and soon probably also:. *Kosovo
  Slovenia, Croatia, Central Serbia, Svenska, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia & Hercegovina, & Macedonia
The name "FYROM" is the official name designated by the UN and usedby all international organizations and all countries whenparticipating in any international event or on the internationalstage. For expediency there are 135 countries that deal bilaterally withthe Former Yugoslav Republic by the name...
Answer . If you go non-stop, about 12 hours. Connecting flights will obviously add to the trip.
Ancient Macedonia was a Greek kingdom on the northern Greekpeninsula in southern Europe. Modern Macedonia is a Greek province on the northern Greekpeninsula in southern Europe, The unrelated Former Yugoslav Republic is a newly founded SlavicRepublic north of historical Macedonia in the Balkan region...
Toronto to Thessaloniki, historical Macedonia, Greece is 12h 15mduration, 1+ stops Toronto to Skopje, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is about a9 hour flight. This includes a stop at another airport, as thereare no direct flights from Toronto to Skopje.
11.97 (births per 1000 persons)...
The distance from Česká republika (Czech Republic) to Macedonia is about 837 km.
As I have known, you really need a visa for a Philippine Passport holder in order to travel abroad.
Skopje is the Capital of Macedonia and is the capital city of  Skopje and is south of Bucharest.
"Good evening!" in English is Dobra večer! in Macedonian.
NAJDOBRO /n-a-i-do-bro/ ODLICNO /od-li-ch-no/ GOLEMO /go-le-mo/ But I don't think that's what you wanted to know Alexander the great = aleksandar veliki
  chineese,french,italian,fast food,national,grill...
Well it all depends on what are you comparing it to? Compared to western countries Macedonia is quite poor. It used to be the poorest part of Former Yugoslavia. Salaries are higher in the capital Skopje about 500-600 euros/month and much lower in the rest of the country about 250 euros/month.
The (Former Yugoslav) Republic of Macedonia is a newly foundedSlavic state on what was once the kingdoms of ancient Paeonia andDardania and is unrelated to the historical Macedonia on thenorthern Greek peninsula. . Located in the northern and eastern hemisphere of the Europeancontinent FYROM is a...
The majority language of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedoniais a south Slavic dialect, more precisely a West Bulgarian dialectwith a Serbian intonation. Note*** Although the south Slavic language has been named "Macedonian" bythe government of the FYROM, it has nothing in common with...
The vast majority of Kosovar refugees fled to Albania because the vast majority of Kosovars are ethnic Albanians and knew that in Albania they would not be persecuted. As for Montenegro, it was relatively close by.
Politics taken out of this problem and to view the issue on both sides in black and white is not possible.   Its correct to note that the native people of the region at the trun of the 20th century were macedonians. This in many circles makes these people the decendents of the macedonians.  ...
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is 2nd world countries. It iscompetitively poor then western Europe and northan America but richthen South Asia and Africa.
The most complete study of Greek skeletal material from Neolithicto modern times was carried out by American anthropologist J.Lawrence Angel who found that in the early age racial variabilityin Greece was 7% above average, indicating that the Greeks hadmultiple origins within the Europid racial...
Gjorge Ivanov was the President of Macedonia in 2011. He became the 4th President of the Republic of Macedonia on 2009 May 12.
Yes. FYRMacedonian people need to acquire a visa on the Mexicanembassy at Serbia.
Nikola Gruevski was the Prime Minister of FYRMacedonia in2011. Gruevski became the Prime Minister of Macedonia on 2006August 27. His party, the VMRO-DPMNE was re-elected to power in2011.
Nikola Gruevski was the Prime Minister of FYRMacedonia in2010. Gruevski became the Prime Minister of FYRMacedonia on 2006August 27. His party, the VMRO-DPMNE was re-elected to power in2011.
Nikola Gruevski was the Prime Minister of Macedonia in 2009. Gruevski became the Prime Minister of Macedonia on 2006 August 27. His party, the VMRO-DPMNE was re-elected to power in 2011.
Nikola Gruevski was the Prime Minister of FYRMacedonia in2008. Gruevski became the Prime Minister of FYRMacedonia on 2006August 27. His party, the VMRO-DPMNE was re-elected to power in2011.
Nikola Gruevski was the Prime Minister of FYRMacedonia in2007. Gruevski became the Prime Minister of FYRMacedonia on 2006August 27. His party, the VMRO-DPMNE was re-elected to power in2011.
FYRMacedonia has a total area of 25,713 km2 (ranked 148th in size).
Sydney to Thessaloniki, Macedonia, Greece is 23h 45m duration,approx 2 stops 9,588 miles or 15,431 km by air. Sydney to the Former Yugoslav Republic (FYROM) is about 20 hours 5minutes i.e 9673 miles or 15567 kilometers by air.
The official language in Macedonia from ancient times is Greek. Regarding the unrelated Former Yugoslav Republic to the north ofhistorical Macedonia The officiallanguage of the country is related to the Bulgarian language withSerbian admixture. The people of the country refer to the languageas ...
the location of Macedonia is in Greek it was there before 334 BCE.
Macedonia is the name of a northern Greece region. If you are asking about FYROM, the only issue is that Greeks areopposed to the use of a name of a Greek area (as well as the use ofits history and culture) from a nearby unrelated country.
when phillip II king of Macedonia-and father of Alexander- conquered most of what we know as Greece in these days there was no actual country or kingdom of Greece but many city-states on the territory we know as Greece today.So, many of these greek cities were actually allies of Macedonia conquering...
He wanted to use their army to crush the Persians.
Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Macedonia. And Kosovo which was an autonomous province of Serbia also declared independence.
Around 156 stores on the whole island of Ireland, 124 approx in the ROI and the rest in NI.
im the one who asked the dang question!
Yes. The Former Yugoslav Republic is in the UN under their formalname the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
Yes they did. It was on 1998-1999 (june).
The official name for the newly founded country whose capital isSkopje, is the "Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" but it isonly a temporary name. The country wants its constitutional name tobe "the Republic of Macedonia" but that name violates internationalconventions on the equal rights of the...
Skopje is in north central FYRMacedonia near the border withSerbia. FYRMacedonia is north of central Greece on the BalkanPeninsula. (Skopje is at about the same latitude as Rome is in Italy. Itscoordinates are 42.0 N, 21.4 E)
Gjorge Ivanov was the President of Macedonia in 2012. He became the 4th President of the Republic of Macedonia on 2009 May 12.
There was civil unrest in Kosovo. The Albanian people were aminority group in the south Serbian province of Kosovo.
The Republic of Macedonia is country code +389 . (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.)...
  Macedonia has a great wealth of both natural and cultural landmarks. An amazing natural landmark that is oddly very unknown is the Stone Town of Kuklica, located near Kratovo. It consists of over 120 naturally formed stone pillars that are millions of years old, and even more continue to form...
Country code +389 (dialed as 00389 from many places) is the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia , a part of the formerYugoslavia, not to be confused with the adjacent historical regionof Greece also called Macedonia. Note that you must drop the trunkprefix 0 from the beginning of the...
Telephone country codes never begin with zero. Country code +389, dialed as 00 389 from many places, is theRepublic of Macedonia (part of the former Yugoslavia, not to beconfused with the region of Greece also called Macedonia). Country code +89, which would dialed as 003 89 from many places,...
  The Republic of Macedonia, playing under the name FYR Macedonia because of an idiotic objection by Greece, first participated in the Summer Olympics in 1996, and first participated in Winter Olympics in 1998. To date (January 2009), the country has won one bronze medal.
Ancient Macedonia was a Greek kingdom on the northern Greekpeninsula. Modern Macedonia is a Greek kingdom on the northern Greekpeninsula. The Former Yugoslav Republic is a newly founded Stated that used tobe the southern part of Yugoslavia named Vardarska Banovina(Province of Vardarska). In 1944 the...
  No. You must convert it to Macedonian Denar to use it in Macedonia.
Gjorge Ivanov is the President ofFYRMacedonia in 2013. He became the 4th President of the FormerYugoslav Republic of Macedonia on 2009 May 12.
Nikola Gruevski was the Prime Minister of Macedonia in 2012. Gruevski became the Prime Minister of Macedonia on 2006 August 27. His party, the VMRO-DPMNE was re-elected to power in 2011.
Nikola Gruevski is the Prime Minister of FYRMacedonia in2013. Gruevski became the Prime Minister of FYRMacedonia on 2006August 27. His party, the VMRO-DPMNE was re-elected to power in2011.
The historical province of Macedonia on the northern Greekpeninsula does not have a prime minister for the province.Macedonia is governed on a state level by the Ministry of Macedoniaand Thrace and at a federal level by the President of Greece who isthe head of state of the Parliamentary Republic,...
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is an independentcountry. It was part of Yugoslavia, which has now separated intoseveral different countries.
Cause they eat to much chocolate.
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
The average salary of the President of FYRMacedonia is 1,200 Eurosa month.
  ebay.com or try to visit bershka (shop)
The Macedonian army (if you want to be specific, the Macedonianmilitary under King Philip).
He reduced the cities to accepting Macedonian leadership, whichopened the way for his son Alexander the Great and the general whosucceeded him and divided the Greek world up amongst themselves.
  Spain, France, Italy, Malta, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Egypt, Lybia, Tunisia, Algeria, Morroco, and The United Kingdom (they still hold the Gibraltar rock).
The area of Socialist Republic of Macedonia is 25,713 squarekilometers and was the southern part of Yugoslavia that was namedVardarska Banovina before the communist regime renamed it.
Independent State of Macedonia ended in 1944.
  Ancient Macedonia included all of the Republic of Macedonia, large parts of Greece and Bulgaria, and small parts of Serbia and Albania