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Macedonia is Greece

This documentary consists of interviews of Americans and Greeks together at the United Nations demonstration on January 16, 1993 as well as a tour of a museum exhibition in Montreal, Canada featuring ancient Greek art of Alexander the Great’s and Greece's Macedonia.


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This documentary consists of interviews of Americans and Greeks together at the United Nations demonstration on January 16, 1993.  The Greeks came from various parts of Greece: Epirus, Macedonia, Pontos, Asia Minor, Central Greece and Crete. They speak to Americans about how Greece suffered and sacrificed in the 20th century while being only one of four allies of Britain and the U.S. in World War I, World War II and Korea.

Now they ask the citizens of the world to defend democracy and join them in chanting MACEDONIA IS GREECE !!

Finally, a tour of a museum exhibition in Montreal, Canada featuring ancient Greek art of Alexander the Great’s MACEDONIA. 

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I'm here in Cyprus representing the United States and I am accredited as Ambassador to the Republic of Cyprus. The Republic of Cyprus is essentially the Greek Cypriot portion of the island and that Republic of Cyprus is recognized by all of the members of the United Nations with the exception of Turkey. Turkey has recognized a government which has been established in the north of the island which is called the Turkish Federated State of Cyprus and Turkey has their Ambassador in the north. No other Ambassador is resident there except the Turkish Ambassador.
Galen L. Stone (quote from our documentary Cyprus: South Side)
United States Ambassador to Cyprus, 1978-1981