Kovachevski tells RTS: We have a clear road map, the constitutional amendments will happen


Macedonia has a clear road map on how it will overcome the last obstacle for the formal start of negotiations with the Union. After the three-day Open Balkans summit, Macedonian Prime Minister Kovachevski said in an interview with RTS that he is satisfied with the negotiating framework in which there is a pure Macedonian language, a guaranteed identity and historical issues outside the negotiation process. Because of all this, Kovachevski says that he sees no obstacles to constitutional changes in which, in addition to the Burars, the Macedonian constitution will be enriched with all other ethnic communities living in the country, following the example of many other European countries.
“What we have as an obligation on that path, which in fact a large number of other countries also had, is constitutional adjustment, with the fact that North Macedonia has one more additional activity, which it needs to do, and that is the inclusion of parts of other nations who live in our country, and the Croatian, Montenegrin, Bulgarian people have already expressed such an interest here, but also others such as the Jewish people, who have already expressed their wish to be part of the Constitution. I think this is good, because there are countries in the EU that have 25 parts of peoples in their Constitution, and we already have other peoples in the Constitution, such as the Serbian people, the Vlachs, the Albanians, the Roma, etc.,” Kovachevski told RTS.

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