Siljanovska-Davkova: I will try to convince Greece that I am right to use only “Macedonia”


Macedonian President Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova said Friday she respects the Prespa Agreement and that “unlike others” she respects international law. She noted that the way she uses the country’s name is a “personal decision, a right guaranteed by higher acts of the bilateral agreements”.

Siljanovska-Davkova told media that through dialogue, she will convince Greece that she is right to use the term “Macedonia” instead of the country’s constitutional name.

“I have a plan. The plan is to build good neighborly relations. The plan is to offer respect and seek self-respect. And I think that just how in politics we need to search for the art of the possible, we will do so soon. My first statement was that I won’t go all over the world because I want to meet with the neighbors, and I think I will realize this. Of course, everyone around us is necessary for dialogue, and we have no other choice but to talk. Dialogue is a healthy thing and if there is no mutual respect there can be no results. Politics requires dialogue, and I am ready to look for that and mutually overcome our issues,” said the head of state.

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