“When we look at the experiences of other economies that have gone through this process, it’s clear that in NATO and in the years prior to NATO accession and EU accession, capital inflows in the region in particular countries significantly increased. Stronger prospects for EU and NATO integration would positively affect the risk premium for the economy, which of course is a very important determinant for investment,” Macedonia’s central bank Governor Anita Angelovska-Bezhoska said in an interview with Bloomberg.
SYRIZA blames the Greek Government of not pressuring Macedonia enough on the issue of rewriting history books
While Bulgaria has taken the lead in pressuring Macedonia to rewrite its history and alter its national identity, Greece is not entirely out of the picture yet. Greek Foreign Minister Dendies recently reminded his Macedonian counterpart Osmani that more needs to be done to rename streets, buildings and...