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Re: Balkan members

Postby FCB general » Mon May 28, 2018 10:50 am

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Re: Balkan members

Postby MUTU » Mon May 28, 2018 11:41 am

FCB general wrote:Someone is following Slavorum Facebook page... :mrgreen:
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Re: Balkan members

Postby Achilles » Mon May 28, 2018 12:26 pm

I'm shocked that Greece doesn't shop up in these beautifully awkward photos 8)
The one with Dubai-Balkans and the Slavic women evolution killed me. I have met some Serbs and Croats and I have to admit that they are brother from another mother, we are very alike. While with Bulgarians and Romanian guys(many live here in Greece) we share the same sense of humor, bad or good dunno but we're having a good laugh always :D

I have to say though, Slavic women are gorgeous.
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Re: Balkan members

Postby ramsej84 » Mon May 28, 2018 12:47 pm

Achilles wrote:I'm shocked that Greece doesn't shop up in these beautifully awkward photos 8)
The one with Dubai-Balkans and the Slavic women evolution killed me. I have met some Serbs and Croats and I have to admit that they are brother from another mother, we are very alike. While with Bulgarians and Romanian guys(many live here in Greece) we share the same sense of humor, bad or good dunno but we're having a good laugh always :D

I have to say though, Slavic women are gorgeous.
Re Slavic women... So true

May I ask you something? Many have the impression that in Greece there are more handsome men than beautiful women.
From your experience is this myth true?
is it that difficult to find a nice chick ?

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Re: Balkan members

Postby ramsej84 » Mon May 28, 2018 12:55 pm

On a different note... Soros found a new route for his execution of the Kalergi planImage

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Re: Balkan members

Postby Achilles » Mon May 28, 2018 1:02 pm

ramsej84 wrote:May I ask you something? Many have the impression that in Greece there are more handsome men than beautiful women.
From your experience is this myth true?
is it that difficult to find a nice chick ?

Ι can't say to be honest about men vs women because you know when you travel abroad you see something different. In my opinion Greek women are beautiful, classic Mediterranean beauty but inferior to Slavic and Soviet women IMHO. Again though it's a matter of taste, to simply answer your question if you can find a nice Greek chick, yes you can find many nice women, "hitting" them though it's a whole different story 8)
Regarding men, I believe that we're in a very good level but I think that a lady it's more suitable to answer.
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Re: Balkan members

Postby ramsej84 » Wed May 30, 2018 12:35 pm

The PM of the FYROM is currently in Malta. He lobbying for his country entrance in the EU
He said that currently there are 10K Macedonians working here in Malta!!!!

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Re: Balkan members

Postby FCB general » Wed May 30, 2018 1:00 pm

Well, Greek aren't going to let them in as long as the country's name is Macedonia, but recently Macedonians started to think about adding some prefix or adjective in the name to satisfy Greece conditions, eg. Upper/Northern Macedonia or something.
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Re: Balkan members

Postby MUTU » Thu May 31, 2018 4:05 pm

FCB general wrote:Well, Greek aren't going to let them in as long as the country's name is Macedonia, but recently Macedonians started to think about adding some prefix or adjective in the name to satisfy Greece conditions, eg. Upper/Northern Macedonia or something.

Sure, once they pay Germany back they'll have their say :coffee:
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Re: Balkan members

Postby FCB general » Thu May 31, 2018 6:11 pm

Well they've been blocking them all these years back to start the negotiations and join the EU and NATO and that's not some financial and economical issue, but exclusively national and historical.
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Re: Balkan members

Postby FCB general » Tue Jun 12, 2018 10:55 am

Greece, Macedonia close to deal on name dispute: Greek government sources [source]


ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece and Macedonia are very close to a deal to resolve a decades-old dispute over the ex-Yugoslav republic’s name, government officials in Athens told Reuters on Tuesday.

The row has blocked the tiny Balkan state’s efforts to join the European Union and the NATO military alliance, of which Greece is a member.

Athens and Skopje are aiming to agree the broad outline of a settlement before an EU summit in late June, though any deal would need to clear a referendum in Macedonia and win approval from lawmakers in both countries.

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his Macedonian counterpart Zoran Zaev are expected to discuss the issue over the phone on Tuesday.

“A deal could be announced even today,” said a Greek government official who declined to be named.

There was no immediate comment from officials in Skopje.

The dispute erupted in 1991 when Macedonia broke away from former Yugoslavia, declaring its independence under the name Republic of Macedonia.

Greece has its own region called Macedonia, birthplace of national hero Alexander the Great. Many Greeks see the dispute as an attempt by its northern neighbor to piggy-back on Greece’s cultural heritage.

Among compromise names proposed over the years are Nova (new) Macedonia, Vardar Macedonia (named after a river), Upper Macedonia and, most recently, Ilinden Macedonia.

However, most Greek political parties have so far rejected any use of the name Macedonia, even with descriptive tags, and hundreds of thousands of Greeks demonstrated in February against any compromise.

The dispute also triggered a 19-month trade embargo on Macedonia by Greece in the early 1990s, ended by an interim accord under when Greece agreed to recognize its neighbor under the name Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

In Greece, the state is known either as FYROM or Skopje, the name of its capital. Most other countries call it Macedonia.
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Re: Balkan members

Postby ramsej84 » Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:38 pm

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Greece, Macedonia close to deal on name dispute: Greek government sources [source]


ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece and Macedonia are very close to a deal to resolve a decades-old dispute over the ex-Yugoslav republic’s name, government officials in Athens told Reuters on Tuesday.

The row has blocked the tiny Balkan state’s efforts to join the European Union and the NATO military alliance, of which Greece is a member.

Athens and Skopje are aiming to agree the broad outline of a settlement before an EU summit in late June, though any deal would need to clear a referendum in Macedonia and win approval from lawmakers in both countries.

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his Macedonian counterpart Zoran Zaev are expected to discuss the issue over the phone on Tuesday.

“A deal could be announced even today,” said a Greek government official who declined to be named.

There was no immediate comment from officials in Skopje.

The dispute erupted in 1991 when Macedonia broke away from former Yugoslavia, declaring its independence under the name Republic of Macedonia.

Greece has its own region called Macedonia, birthplace of national hero Alexander the Great. Many Greeks see the dispute as an attempt by its northern neighbor to piggy-back on Greece’s cultural heritage.

Among compromise names proposed over the years are Nova (new) Macedonia, Vardar Macedonia (named after a river), Upper Macedonia and, most recently, Ilinden Macedonia.

However, most Greek political parties have so far rejected any use of the name Macedonia, even with descriptive tags, and hundreds of thousands of Greeks demonstrated in February against any compromise.

The dispute also triggered a 19-month trade embargo on Macedonia by Greece in the early 1990s, ended by an interim accord under when Greece agreed to recognize its neighbor under the name Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

In Greece, the state is known either as FYROM or Skopje, the name of its capital. Most other countries call it Macedonia.
So what will the name be?
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Re: Balkan members

Postby IsiahRashad » Tue Jun 12, 2018 7:53 pm

ramsej84 wrote:
FCB general wrote:
Greece, Macedonia close to deal on name dispute: Greek government sources [source]


ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece and Macedonia are very close to a deal to resolve a decades-old dispute over the ex-Yugoslav republic’s name, government officials in Athens told Reuters on Tuesday.

The row has blocked the tiny Balkan state’s efforts to join the European Union and the NATO military alliance, of which Greece is a member.

Athens and Skopje are aiming to agree the broad outline of a settlement before an EU summit in late June, though any deal would need to clear a referendum in Macedonia and win approval from lawmakers in both countries.

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his Macedonian counterpart Zoran Zaev are expected to discuss the issue over the phone on Tuesday.

“A deal could be announced even today,” said a Greek government official who declined to be named.

There was no immediate comment from officials in Skopje.

The dispute erupted in 1991 when Macedonia broke away from former Yugoslavia, declaring its independence under the name Republic of Macedonia.

Greece has its own region called Macedonia, birthplace of national hero Alexander the Great. Many Greeks see the dispute as an attempt by its northern neighbor to piggy-back on Greece’s cultural heritage.

Among compromise names proposed over the years are Nova (new) Macedonia, Vardar Macedonia (named after a river), Upper Macedonia and, most recently, Ilinden Macedonia.

However, most Greek political parties have so far rejected any use of the name Macedonia, even with descriptive tags, and hundreds of thousands of Greeks demonstrated in February against any compromise.

The dispute also triggered a 19-month trade embargo on Macedonia by Greece in the early 1990s, ended by an interim accord under when Greece agreed to recognize its neighbor under the name Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

In Greece, the state is known either as FYROM or Skopje, the name of its capital. Most other countries call it Macedonia.
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Re: Balkan members

Postby FCB general » Tue Jun 12, 2018 10:29 pm

Hahahahahahahahaha, I'm dying! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

I still remember the comment from the Slavorum FB page from the last year where one Bulgarian wrote how Macedonians aren't Bulgarians, but when it comes to leave to Macedonia and go EU countries, they suddenly start exploring the family tree to find a Bulgarian ancestors, ie great-grandfather so they could apply for Bulgarian citizenship. :mrgreen:
The way that guy described in English was awesome!!! :lol: You could easily translate to Croatian and get the perfect impression and emotions, haha. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Funny thing how is often said that we are all 'brothers', but we barely stand each other. :D
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Re: Balkan members

Postby FCB general » Tue Jun 12, 2018 10:30 pm

@Jesmar, North Macedonia according to latest rumours from one Greek politician.
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