Somewhere between our imagination, truth and the others’ desires we move, in different paths, towards the ‘Macedonia of our dreams’. www.opendemocracy.net
The historic Agreement of June 17 2018, signed in the Prespes lakes between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) brings to an end an international dispute festering for 25 years. The agreement ensures a peaceful future of solidarity and shared economic development for the two peoples and the Balkans more generally. It provides that the new name of FYROM will be compound with a geographical designation (“North Macedonia”). It will be applied both domestically and internationally (erga omnes), and the constitution of FYROM will be amended accordingly.