In Greece, the furore over the Prespes Agreement that was intended to resolve the Name Dispute between Greece and Macedonia/FYROM continues to grow, and the country is rapidly moving into the full pre-election political mode.
In Skopje, the second ratification vote for the Prespes agreement easily passed through the Macedonia/FYROM Parliament and President Gjorge Ivanov's options for blocking it are dwindling. New information about the timing of the planned referendum and constitutional revis...
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