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Ustawianie tablicy z napisem Północna Macedonia (12)

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Workers replace signage with an adhesive banner that reads Republic of North Macedonia in the southern border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019. Workers in the newly renamed North Macedonia have begun replacing road signs to reflect the change in their country's name, following a deal with neighboring Greece to end a nearly three decade-long dispute and secure NATO membership. (AP Photo/Boris Grdanoski), APTOPIX
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Workers replace signage with an adhesive banner that reads Republic of North Macedonia in the southern border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019. Workers in the newly renamed North Macedonia have begun replacing road signs to reflect the change in their country's name, following a deal with neighboring Greece to end a nearly three decade-long dispute and secure NATO membership.//SIPA_1737.4975/1902131632
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Workers replace signage with an adhesive banner that reads Republic of North Macedonia in the southern border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019. Workers in the newly renamed North Macedonia have begun replacing road signs to reflect the change in their country's name, following a deal with neighboring Greece to end a nearly three decade-long dispute and secure NATO membership.//SIPA_1737.4980/1902131633
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Workers replace signage with an adhesive banner that reads Republic of North Macedonia in the southern border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019. Workers in the newly renamed North Macedonia have begun replacing road signs to reflect the change in their country's name, following a deal with neighboring Greece to end a nearly three decade-long dispute and secure NATO membership.//SIPA_1737.4981/1902131634
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A man walks past a sign reading 'Republic of North Macedonia' set up at the Macedonia-Greece border near Gevgelija on February 13, 2019. - The Macedonian government said on February 13 it had officially informed the United Nations of the country's new name following its historic agreement with neighbouring Greece. Skopje and Athens buried a 27-year dispute in agreeing in June last year to rename Macedonia as North Macedonia. The new name came into force on on February 12 after constitutional changes were published in the Official Gazette and Skopje's foreign ministry said both countries had informed the UN by letter that the change is now in force. (Photo by Robert ATANASOVSKI / AFP)
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People are at work to set up a sign reading 'Republic of North Macedonia' at the Macedonia-Greece border near Gevgelija on February 13, 2019. - The Macedonian government said on February 13 it had officially informed the United Nations of the country's new name following its historic agreement with neighbouring Greece. Skopje and Athens buried a 27-year dispute in agreeing in June last year to rename Macedonia as North Macedonia. The new name came into force on on February 12 after constitutional changes were published in the Official Gazette and Skopje's foreign ministry said both countries had informed the UN by letter that the change is now in force. (Photo by Robert ATANASOVSKI / AFP)
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People are at work to set up a sign reading 'Republic of North Macedonia' at the Macedonia-Greece border near Gevgelija on February 13, 2019. - The Macedonian government said on February 13 it had officially informed the United Nations of the country's new name following its historic agreement with neighbouring Greece. Skopje and Athens buried a 27-year dispute in agreeing in June last year to rename Macedonia as North Macedonia. The new name came into force on on February 12 after constitutional changes were published in the Official Gazette and Skopje's foreign ministry said both countries had informed the UN by letter that the change is now in force. (Photo by Robert ATANASOVSKI / AFP)
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People are at work to set up a sign reading 'Republic of North Macedonia' at the Macedonia-Greece border near Gevgelija on February 13, 2019. - The Macedonian government said on February 13 it had officially informed the United Nations of the country's new name following its historic agreement with neighbouring Greece. Skopje and Athens buried a 27-year dispute in agreeing in June last year to rename Macedonia as North Macedonia. The new name came into force on on February 12 after constitutional changes were published in the Official Gazette and Skopje's foreign ministry said both countries had informed the UN by letter that the change is now in force. (Photo by Robert ATANASOVSKI / AFP)
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People are at work to set up a sign reading 'Republic of North Macedonia' at the Macedonia-Greece border near Gevgelija on February 13, 2019. - The Macedonian government said on February 13 it had officially informed the United Nations of the country's new name following its historic agreement with neighbouring Greece. Skopje and Athens buried a 27-year dispute in agreeing in June last year to rename Macedonia as North Macedonia. The new name came into force on on February 12 after constitutional changes were published in the Official Gazette and Skopje's foreign ministry said both countries had informed the UN by letter that the change is now in force. (Photo by Robert ATANASOVSKI / AFP)
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Photographers take pictures as workers set up a sign reading 'Republic of North Macedonia' at the Macedonia-Greece border near Gevgelija on February 13, 2019. - The Macedonian government said on February 13 it had officially informed the United Nations of the country's new name following its historic agreement with neighbouring Greece. Skopje and Athens buried a 27-year dispute in agreeing in June last year to rename Macedonia as North Macedonia. The new name came into force on on February 12 after constitutional changes were published in the Official Gazette and Skopje's foreign ministry said both countries had informed the UN by letter that the change is now in force. (Photo by Robert ATANASOVSKI / AFP)
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Workers tape over the old country name on a sign at the border crossing Bogorodica at the Macedonia-Greece border near Gevgelija on February 13, 2019. - The Macedonian government said on February 13 it had officially informed the United Nations of the country's new name following its historic agreement with neighbouring Greece. Skopje and Athens buried a 27-year dispute in agreeing in June last year to rename Macedonia as North Macedonia. The new name came into force on on February 12 after constitutional changes were published in the Official Gazette and Skopje's foreign ministry said both countries had informed the UN by letter that the change is now in force. (Photo by Robert ATANASOVSKI / AFP)
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Workers replace signage with an adhesive banner that reads Republic of North Macedonia in the southern border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019. Workers in the newly renamed North Macedonia have begun replacing road signs to reflect the change in their country's name, following a deal with neighboring Greece to end a nearly three decade-long dispute and secure NATO membership.//SIPA_1737.4982/1902131634
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