Syriza leader calls on Macedonia’s new leadership ‘to come to its senses’

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We, as a party that paid a heavy price for its patriotism, call on the new leadership of North Macedonia to come to its senses and think about its responsibilities towards the history and future of its people, wrote Syriza leader Stefanos Kasselakis in a post on social media platform X on Sunday, MIA’s Athens correspondent reports.
The leader of the Greek opposition party directs questions and criticisms to the current Greek Prime Minister regarding the Prespa Agreement, considering the attitude and opposition of Kyriakos Mitsotakis during the period when he was in the opposition.
He asks Mitsotakis why he is now begging for the Agreement to be respected and if maybe it “wasn’t a treacherous” agreement after all.
You never ask to respect something that is negative for your country, Kasselakis said in a post, adding that either it is considered a good deal for Greece and it is respected or it is considered a bad deal and it is canceled.

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