Now that the ratification procedures for June’s Prespes Agreement between Greece and newly-renamed North Macedonia are complete, the focus has shifted to a wide-ranging and quite possible coordinated effort to build broader support for the deal.
While diplomats and media experts may gain limited ground in third countries, the deal still faces strong opposition both in Greece and North Macedonia. In the former, the main opposition has said it may not implement all elements of the agreement.
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