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Anonymous
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New Yugoslavia will eliminate the name dispute. Macedonia as FYROM stands for used to be Macedonia in Former Yugoslavia and consequently will remain as Macedonia in New Yugoslavia. Greeks never complained then and should not complain about the name in the new federation. After all they acknowledge that the name  of the country was Macedonia by adopting FYROM Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia.

Regarding the Albanians, Serbia will never be admitted into  EU without prior recognition of Kosovo as an independent state. Now we come to the point that Macedonia and Serbia have common interest in forming a federation which may look further to Montenegro and Bosnia (perhaps Croatia at some point). Slovenia is perceived as troublemaker and will stay aside. 

Regarding Miroslav Rizinski, I never heard of him and it is hard to me to comprehend that such people still exists. I also thought that the Macedonian Patriotic Organisation abandoned the pro-Bulgarian positions. If MPO hasn't change it will go toimage

MPO is divided. It has a splinter group in Canada – MPO Liuben Dimitrov, which is staunchly pro-Bulgarian and anti-Macedonian. The main grouping in the US however and which has the remainder of the chapters is mixed between pro-Bulgarian and pro-Macedonian views. Historically it was pro-Bulgarian, but after Macedonia's independence it went through a period of pro-Macedonism. Recently however it is returning to its original views, and so a struggle exists within the organisation. It is however losing ground to other Macedonian organizations in the US, such as the United Macedonian Diaspora, who are a more powerful lobby these days, and are pro-Macedonian.