Macedonia’s railway transport authority has stopped trains between Greece and Albania, citing a lack of funds and political instability.
The move comes as tensions continue to mount between the two countries, with Albania demanding a full recount of the vote and Macedonia accusing the country of being too friendly towards Greece.
The Macedonians have not been allowed to use the main railway station in Athens, which has been used since the late 1970s.
The authorities say that the station is not equipped to handle the number of passengers that are expected to make the trip.
The country’s president has also complained about the situation in Greece, saying the country should have been more proactive in its efforts to investigate the allegations of election fraud.
Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski has said the situation is now getting worse, and that Macedonia will not allow a train to go through its territory again.
The two countries share a population of about 40 million people.