- Tuesday, March 06, 2018 2:13 PM
Skopje, 6 March 2018 (MIA) - Any change in Macedonia's legislation will not represent a permanent guarantee for Greece, because all changes can be reversed, said Prime Minister Zoran Zaev regarding Athens' claims for constitutional revision as guarantee for the name issue settlement.
"It is much more important to implement the international practice of solving such disputes, which is binding once and for all times. I am convinced this approach can lead to a solution to the dispute, while taking into consideration its importance for the citizens of Greece and Macedonia," Zaev told reporters after Wednesday's court hearing in case codenamed "Bribe".
He said the irredentism issue has been closed by Macedonia's moves to change the names of the motorway and the Skopje airport.
"We also discussed the establishment of working groups, following a possible agreement, tasked with revision of instruction books so that young generations nurture friendship instead of hostility," underlined Zaev. ik/14:11
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