The Macedonian Tendency: Kljusev Visits Northern Cyprus

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Kljusev Visits Northern Cyprus

By David Edenden

I approve of this display of independence. It shows Macedonia playing offense. I am glad the Greek government is upset. It will give them something to think about whne they consider using their veto on Macedonia's Nato membership bid.
"Academician on private trip to Turkish Cyprus, Kljusev makes Greeks angry
Macedonian_News_Service : Message: Daily Bulletin:

Nikola Kljusev, Phd
Former Macedonian Prime Minister
(27 January 1991 – 17 August 1992.)

Macedonian Government claims that Nikola Kljusev is not its official representative, however Cyprus authorities announced protest Published on 15.11.2007 in DNEVNIK on page 1

The visit of academician Nikola Kljusev to the Turkish part of Cyprus on a private invitation to attend the annual celebration of the forming of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus upset the Greeks. Although Kljusev did not go as a representative of the Government nor the Foreign Investment Agency, the Greek media informed about the news as “a new provocation from Skopje”

The media in Northern Cyprus informed that the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Turgay Avci received Macedonian delegation led by Nikola Kljusev, first Prime Minister of Macedonia, president of the Centre for Strategic Research within MANU and president of the Management Committee of the Foreign Investment Agency.

According to the media, Kljusev said that country is prepared to undertake steps for improving of the cooperation with Northern Cyprus."

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