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admin1 – September 26, 2014 – 8:14am

- Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov on Thursday for the first time addressed the Security Council of the United Nations, convened by President Barack Obama for dealing with the growing threat of terrorism. In his address, President Ivanov linked stalled integration with the security situation in the region and urged the United States and the European Union not to leave vacuum in the Balkans. In this regard, President Ivanov requested respect to the resolutions adopted exactly by the Security Council for the dispute between Macedonia and Greece and to continue the integration of Macedonia as well as the rest of the Balkan countries.