Twenty-two years since the signing of the Ohrid Framework Agreement


The Ohrid Framework Agreement, which put an end to the conflict that lasted for several months in the country, was signed on this day 22 years ago.
Following days of negotiations in Ohrid, the Ohrid Framework Agreement was signed in Skopje on August 13, 2001. Then President Boris Trajkovski, former Prime Minister and VMRO-DPMNE leader Ljubcho Georgievski, as well as SDSM, DPA and PDP leaders, Branko Crvenkovski, Arben Xhaferi and Imer Imeri respectively, signed the treaty.
EU and US special representatives, Francois Leotard and James Pardew respectively, signed the document on behalf of the international community.
The agreement also contains three annexes: A. Constitutional amendments; B. Changes in legislation and C. Implementation and confidence-building measures, as well as final provisions.

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