Macedonian flag was burnt in Greece


At the protest in Thessaloniki, which “defends” the name of Greek Macedonia, a mischievous incident happened where several extremists burned a Macedonian state flag, Thessaloniki website thestival.gr reported.

There are no comments on the perpetrators, except that there was an incident involving the burning of a Macedonian flag.


There were no other incidents in the protest which took place in Thessaloniki under the banner of “Macedonia means Greece”, and as requests were highlighted: a general referendum and accusings that giving the name Macedonia in the name of the neighbor from the north is a betrayal for Greece and a betrayal of the Greek government.

The protests take place just two days before the meeting of the prime ministers of Macedonia and Greece, Zoran Zaev and Alexis Tsipras in Davos.

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