The following is an informative post only. It is aimed mainly for new comers not familiar with certain alternate terminology created in reference to the Republic of Macedonia and its people.
When "Vardar" or Vardarska" are used, it actually refers to Vardar Banovina or Vardarska Banovina. This was a province within the Kingdom of Yugoslavia between 1929 and 1941. This province encompasses the whole of the Republic of Macedonia. When "Vardarska" or "Vardar" are used today, it is in reference to the Republic of Macedonia. When “Vardarians” is used, it is in reference to the people of the Republic of Macedonia.
Other widely used reference to the Republic of Macedonia and its people is "FYROM".
“FYROM” is an acronym for “Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, and is strictly used only within the United Nations until the name issue is resolved. It is not the legal term to be used outside of the U.N., as some will attest. “FYROMians” is used in reference to the people of the Republic of Macedonia. For further info on this acronym and UN resolution, see:
Greece May Accept the Name "New Macedonia" for the Republic of Macedonia
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The dispute between the Republic of Macedonia and Greece may draw to a close. Macedonia may have to be renamed to “New Macedonia,” a name that seems to be accepted by the current political establishment in Greece.
According to the Macedonian PM Zoran Zaev, the dispute will draw to a close around Spring this year if both parties are willing to make compromises. The name that will probably please the largest number of people is “New Macedonia.” Greek media outlets claim that part of Alexis Tsipras’s coalition will accept that nam
Macedonia and Greece vow to solve decades-old name dispute
An emerging possibility is that some sort of qualifier — such as "Nova Macedonia," meaning "New Macedonia" — could be adopted. Since a 1995 accord, the country has been referred to as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, or FYROM, at the United Nations.
Albanian press: “New Macedonia” the name that Greece and Fyrom agreed on
While the Albanian Deputy Prime Minister of Skopje Bujar Osmani visits Athens for contacts with the Greek Foreign Ministry leadership, a message from the Albanian information portal www.infoshqip.com, which refers to “details” of the forthcoming Athens-Skopje deal for the name, citing “reliable Greek sources”.
According to the Albanian publication, the official name that has been agreed is “Republic of New Macedonia” and in short “New Macedonia”. The deal also provides for solutions to ecclesiastical, language and identity issues, not only to the Slavomacedonians but also to the Greeks of Macedonia.