Macedonian Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov attends the "Visegrad-4 plus Balkan-4" meeting in Sounion, east of Athens, Greece, May 11, 2018. REUTERS/Costas Baltas
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Greece said Tuesday it was "far away" from resolving a decades-long dispute over Macedonia's name despite progress in talks between the two neighbors.Greece refuses to recognize it under the name Macedonia, saying this implies a territorial claim on a northern Greek region of the same name, and has blocked its efforts to join NATO and the European Union.The prime ministers of Greece and Macedonia are expected to meet in neighboring Bulgaria on Thursday on the sidelines of an EU-Western Balkans summit.
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