- Saturday, May 19, 2018 6:31 PM
Skopje, 19 May 2018 (MIA) - President Gjorge Ivanov says he wants to receive a written document containing everything that has been discussed in the name talks with Greece so far before forming a position on the name proposal unveiled Saturday by PM Zoran Zaev after the leaders' meeting,
PM Zaev revealed that the possible solution under consideration is Republic of Ilinden Macedonia.
Ivanov also refrained from stating his personal view as a citizen of Macedonia when asked whether he thought the proposal was 'dignified'.
"We have been informed about some things for the first time. I expect I will be sent a written document with all the proposals," he reiterated.
President Ivanov stressed that the process must take place within the UN-defined framework.
"Any proposal should be reviewed also by international law experts, because in the past we have seen the Greek side being inconsistent," Ivanov said. ba/18:22
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