Skopje moves ahead with name deal ratification as Athens watches closely

Foreign PolicyGreek Politics Tags: Albania, North Macedonia

The process of Greece’s neighbour, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia's (FYROM), rubber-stamping the Prespes Agreement on the name issue which divided the two countries for more than 25 years is moving a step closer to completion.  

The ratification of the Prespes Agreement in Skopje has entered this week into the second phase, where only a simple majority is needed for the constitutional amendments.  Prime Minister Zoran Zaev’s government appears optimistic that not just the minim...

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