Without parliamentary resolution and red lines towards Bulgaria, there is no protection of language, identity and history


 Without a national consensus set in secure positions from which Macedonia will not deviate, it is impossible to negotiate with Bulgaria. It is a civilizational precedent to forbid someone to call themselves whatever they want, historian Todor Chepreganov told Alfa TV in an interview about the Bulgarian veto.

Academician Katica Kjulafkova in an interview with Alfa TV says that a long time ago a resolution should have been adopted with which the red lines will be set. It is important for Macedonia to reach a national consensus regarding the language, identity, history and other areas, which will mean their protection.

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