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Ljubco Georgievski

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Macedonian Ministry Inc.

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Macedonian Ministry Inc.

3445 Peachtree Road, NE Suite 175

Atlanta, Georgia,30326

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Prime Minister

Macedonia


Prime Minister

International Affairs Forum


Bulgarian Ambassador

Maced


Affiliations

Presidency of the NGO Friends of the Pan European Movement for the Republic

Member


Parliament

Member


Web References(106 Total References)


dojgov.net

Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski suggested late Friday that the military had not yet carried out its threatened operation to ``neutralize and eliminate'' the insurgents.
He said the former Yugoslav republic's poorly equipped military was rapidly arming itself and biding its time. Macedonian Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski said on Sunday the army was using heavy artillery and tanks to battle rebels near the northern border with Kosovo, as well as fighting them near Tetovo. But the curfew ordered by Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski, along with restrictions on movements in the region, did nothing to stop the booming volley of fire between government forces and the insurgents. ``Macedonia will win this battle without giving up a single foot of our territory. And after the victory, Macedonians and Albanians will continue to live together - as they must,'' Georgievski declared in a Sunday address to a nation he said ``is rapidly arming itself.'' Georgievski accused the United States and Germany, whose troops patrol the neighboring Yugoslav province of Kosovo as part of NATO's contingent there, of not doing enough to stop the rebels. ``You cannot convince us that the chieftains of these gangs are unknown to your governments, nor can you persuade us that they cannot be stopped,'' he said. Reacting to the recent violence, which sent hundreds of Tanusevci villagers fleeing into Kosovo, Macedonia's prime minister, Ljubco Georgievski, warned his government was prepared to take ``radical measures'' against the insurgents.


www.alb-net.com [cached]

Flanked by EU foreign ministers, the Macedonian prime minister, Ljubco Georgievski, promised to meet the June deadline for improved relations between the ethnically Slav majority and the restive Albanian minority.
Mr Georgievski spoke of his "joy and pride" at the signing of a "stabilisation and association agreement" with the EU which gives Macedonia generous trade terms and strong political support. Anna Lindh, the foreign minister of Sweden, which holds the rotating EU presidency, told Mr Georgievski: "You have an enormous responsibility in front of you ... and I'm sure you're going to succeed."


www.globalpolitician.com [cached]

It consisted of the VMRO - fervent nationalists with Bulgarian roots, headed by the poet-politician Ljubco Georgievski - and the Democratic alternative (DA).
Interview with Macedonian Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski Mr. Georgievski was the first Deputy-Premier of his country in 1991 and was elected Prime Minister in November 1998.


www.whopopular.com [cached]

4. Ljubco Georgievski


isis-bg.org [cached]

NATO Secretary-General Lord George Robertson met with Macedonian Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski in Brussels and encouraged him to finally adopt the long-waited Amnesty Law.
During the Vilnius Group meeting of the NATO applicants in Bucharest on 25 March, the prime ministers of these two countries, Ljubco Georgievski and Pandeli Maiko met to discuss the implementation of the Pact of Stability for Southeastern Europe.


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