: Prespa Agreement will be respected, but the name of my homeland will be Macedonia in every statement I make


VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski, asked to comment on the reactions from official Athens and the announcements by the Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis that the issue of the use of the constitutional name could be opened at the upcoming NATO summit said the following:

“I do not expect a Taliban relationship, censorship of basic human rights, and everything that is contained in the Prespa Agreement and is part of our legal system and constitutional order, the future government led by VMRO-DPMNE will respect… the proposed law that we are submitting today is with the adjective. But my birthright, guaranteed by many conventions, is the right to expression and speech. I don’t get angry with politicians when they don’t say the full and complete name of their country, but the end or part of that name. For me, my homeland, in every statement I make will be Macedonia and it will remain Macedonia,” Mickoski said.

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