Trademark of Macedonia as means of economic diplomacy

The diplomatic reaction to the recent provocative relapses of Greece's northern neighbors "must be accompanied by a trade counteroffensive, spearheaded by the authenticity and quality of products and services of our Macedonia," Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis told the regular general meeting of the Greek Exporters Association (SEVE) in Thessaloniki on Monday.

The Odyssey of Balkan revisionism

The book "Balkan Odyssey" is a firsthand account by former British foreign secretary David Owen, who along with former US secretary of state Cyrus Vance (a familiar figure among Greeks from the discussions on the Macedonia name dispute) led the 1992 effort under the secretary-general of the United Nations to address the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia.

Bulgaria's President Warns Against North Macedonia's Violation of Prespa Agreement

Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev expressed concern over the recent actions and rhetoric of politicians in North Macedonia, emphasizing the need to move beyond the election campaign phase. He cautioned against the potential consequences of such behavior, warning that it could lead to the country's isolation and distance from the European Union.