Macedonian President Ivanov does not accept erga omnes


For President Gjorge Ivanov the erga omnes name is not an acceptable solution, stated the Office of the President of the Republic of Macedonia today.

“President Ivanov’s position is principled, and at the same time is consistent with the views of all previous Presidents of the Republic of Macedonia. President Ivanov’s does not accept a solution to the name issue for overall use or erga omnes”, read the statement from Ivanov’s office.

At the same time, they inform that the head of state will receive Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov tomorrow for all the details discussed in New York and Brussels.

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