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FYROM's Zaev Seeks to Ease Fears Over the Country's Name Change

The parliament of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia continues the discussion for the constitutional amendments that would change the country’s name to ‘Republic of North Macedonia’, complying with the Prespa agreement requirements.
The country’s prime minister, Zoran Zaev, said that ”Macedonia does not change its name, it supplements it,” and added that he has always supported dialogue to find solutions for the problems of the country.
According to the rules of the parliament, the discussion about the constitutional changes may take up to ten days to conclude, after which time the vote will take place.
The government needs 80 votes in a total of 120 parliamentarians in order to pass the propositions through.

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