Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
OSCE Implementation Meeting - The Macedonian Minority in Albania, Report by MHRMI
Table of Contents Introduction Violence Against Ethnic Macedonians Census The Use of Macedonian Names Macedonian Media in Albania Arrest of Macedonian Activists and Students Expulsion from Work Macedonian Party for European Integration Contact Information for Macedonian Activists in Albania Introduction The following interview with Edmond Temelko, president of the Macedonian ...
OSCE 2005 - Working Session on National Minorities, MHRMI Presentation
Distinguished Moderator and Representatives: Thank you for the opportunity to present to you the current situation of the Macedonian minority in Greece, Bulgaria and Albania. Greece and Bulgaria vigorously deny the existence of the Macedonian minority on their territory and attempt to suppress any voices that advocate human rights.
OSCE Implementation Meeting - The Macedonian Minority in Bulgaria, Report by MHRMI
Table of Contents Introduction Bulgaria Denies Registration of Macedonian Organizations Defamation of Macedonians on Bulgarian Television OMO PIRIN's Office Vandalized Macedonian Activists Arrested/Detained Expulsion from Work Interference by Bulgarian Authorities at Macedonian Commemorations Bulgarian Ultra-Nationalists Threaten Ethnic Macedonians Violations of OMO Ilinden's Freedom of Assembly Bulgarian TV Station Criticized for ...
MHRMI Condemns Greece's Continued Blacklisting of Ethnic Macedonians
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: SEPTEMBER 2, 2005 Macedonian Human Rights Movement International (MHRMI) condemns Greece's continued blacklisting of ethnic Macedonian human rights activists and political refugees. Gjorgi Plukovski, a Canadian citizen of Macedonian descent, born in Harala, Kastoria, Greece (Pozdivishta, Kostur in Macedonian) was denied entry into Greece when attempting to ...
Greek Newspaper Censors Article on Macedonian Minority and Language - English Translation
EUROPEAN FREE ALLIANCE - RAINBOW POLITICAL PARTY OF THE MACEDONIAN MINORITY IN GREECE Member of the European Free Alliance - European Political Party (EFA- EPP) Member of the Federal Union of European Nationalities (FUEN) ST. DRAGOUMI 11 TK. 53100 P.O 51 TEL/FAX 0030 23850 46548 http://www.florina.org/ E-mail: ...
Greece Succumbs to Public Pressure: Aegean Macedonians Finally Visit Their Birthplaces
By Meri Jordanovska http://www.vreme.com.mk/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabindex=2&tabid=1&EditionID=466&ArticleID=29165 A group of 43 former residents of Florina (Lerin in Macedonian) region yesterday crossed the Macedonian-Greek border for the first time with a group visa without any problems. Thrilled and overwhelmed with happiness to finally see their birthplaces, Macedonians from the ...
MHRMI Condemns Statements by Serbian Minister of Religion
Macedonian Human Rights Movement International condemns the recent declaration made by the Serbian Minister of Religion, Milan Radulovic, who stated that the Serbian government would not allow the construction of Macedonian places of worship - or Macedonian churches - in the Republic of Serbia. The statement comes amid news by ...
Greek Government Urged to Halt Harassment of Macedonian Natives
Skopje, 9 August: Canadian national of descent from Aegean Macedonia, Gjorgji Plukovski, was not granted entrance in Greece on 4 August and was given a written explanation, which read that he represented a threat to public security and health in Greece as well as the country's relations with other EU member-countries.
Macedonian Diaspora Leaders Met UN Envoy Matthew Nimetz
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MAY 20, 2005 See below for contact information Representative leaders from the Macedonian Diaspora in North America Gligor Tashkovich of New York City, Metodija A. Koloski of the United Macedonian Diaspora in Washington, D.C. and Mark Opashinov of the Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada in ...
Australian Prime Minister Backs Away From Statement Made in Support of Greece
AUSTRALIAN MACEDONIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE MEDIA RELEASE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- During a recent visit to Greece, the Australian Prime Minister, John Howard, made a statement in which he "reaffirmed the Australian government support for Greece” in relation to the Republic of Macedonia.