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The paper comments that EU Ambassador Erwan Fouere and Swedish Ambassador Lars Freden are shocked that the Macedonian authorities turn a deaf ear to the messages from Brussels with unbearable lightness.

The paper comments that EU Ambassador Erwan Fouere and Swedish Ambassador Lars Freden are shocked that the Macedonian authorities turn a deaf ear to the messages from Brussels with unbearable lightness. The paper says that surprise with the statements of Deputy Prime Minister Vasko Naumovski and President Ivanov's advisor Dimitar Mircev could be discerned on both diplomats' faces on Tuesday. Naumovski said that Macedonians would join the EU as Macedonians just as Hungarians joined it as Hungarians, Germans as Germans and the Portuguese as Portuguese. Mircev explained that there was almost no maneuvering space left for a solution to the issue, considering that new conditions which are not negotiable emerge every day.
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Title Annotation:Utrinski vesnik
Publication:Macedonian Press Digest
Date:Dec 16, 2009
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