You have all seen it in the United Nations, it said “Macedonian”, there was no slash followed by a “citizen”. If citizen and citizenship are the same, then why do you write “citizen”? Why not write in Greece? He writes “Greek”, “Bulgarian”, “French”, there is no “citizen” anywhere. And his argument is because we were a multiethnic people. There is no such nonsense, says Gordana Siljanovska Davkova, holder of the VMRO-DPMNE list in Election District 1.
She adds that 92 percent of the world’s countries have a majority population of less than 70 percent, which means they are all multiethnic.
“When concluding international agreements, each country is an equal subject regardless of its size, and not as in our case where our neighbor is named twice, and we only as the ‘second party’,” said Siljanovska.