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Greek, Macedonian Leaders Reach Agreement In 27-Year-Old Name Dispute


Greek, Macedonian Leaders Reach Agreement In 27-Year-Old Name Dispute
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The Greek and Macedonian prime ministers have reached a deal that could resolve the 27-year dispute between the two Balkan nations about the former Yugoslav republic's name. Greece has objected to its neighbor's use of the name Macedonia, saying it could lead to territorial and other claims on a Greek province by the same name. VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports people of both countries will have a final say about the agreement reached by their leaders.

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