30 July 2001 LONDON–The internationally-mediated talks to amend the Macedonian Constitution are back on track after they threatened to collapse amid renewed fighting in the Tetovo region at the beginning of last week. The talks resumed on 28 July in the beautiful resort of Ohrid, where U.S envoy James Pardew and his EU counterpart Francois […]

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