Talk:2013 Mediterranean Games

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Dead link[edit]

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"Macedonia" - FYROM[edit]

Both the Organising Commitee of Mediterranean Games "Mersin 2013" and the CJIM (Comité International des Jeux Méditerranéens) recognise the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia as a participant nation of the Mediterranean Games 2013 with the name "The F.Y.R.O.M." (The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia).

This name (The FYROM) shows at the official web site and all the documents of the Games.

Why Wikipedia refer FYROM as "Macedonia"? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2.86.29.91 (talk) 00:26, 30 June 2013 (UTC)