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EXPERTS SAY MACEDONIA SHOULD NOT CHANGE IT'S NAME EVEN IF IT DOES NOT JOIN NATO



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Even at the price of not joining NATO, Macedonia should not give up its constitutional name, suggest experts on international policy, former foreign ministers of Macedonia, the Macedonian Kanal 5 TV reports.

According to them the country must once and for good demonstrate unity and reject the framework proposed by Mathew Nimetz. They suggest the parliament to refute with a declaration any frameworks of negotiations that aims at changing the constitutional name of the country.

According to Professor Denko Malevski Macedonia’s policy on its name has been defended for a long time the stance that the constitutional name is equal to identity and that there will be no change.


MD: That's right and lets hope it will stay this way

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If Athens accepts the double name solution: ROM recognised officially as ROM, how will that affect the issues raised about an 'Macedonian minority' in Greece, the term 'Aegean Macedonia', and other issues? Do you think it will give new impetus for these arguments? Will things be allowed to settle? Thanks
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