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North Macedonia’s Zaev Resigns After Election Defeat

North Macedonia’s Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said on Sunday that he was resigning following his party’s defeat in municipal elections over the weekend. “I take the responsibility for the results of these elections. I resign as Prime Minister,” Zaev said...

What the Future Holds for the Prespa Agreement After North Macedonia's Political Turmoil

The recent resignation announcement from the Prime Minister of North Macedonia, Zoran Zaev and his promise to hold a snap election, has raised questions about the fate of the Prespa Agreement. Last year's compromise between Athens and Skopje that led...

Zaev Secures Parliament's Support for Name Change

Prime Minister Zoran Zaev's government managed to earn the support of the FYROM parliamentary majority on Friday to formally rename his country. Four amendments must be approved in order to change the name of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia...

FYROM's Parliament To Start Final Debates on Constitutional Amendments

The Parliament in Skopje begins a new, final round of debate today before the deciding vote on the constitutional amendments drawn up by the government of Zoran Zaev, according to the provisions of the Prespa Agreement. The debate may last up...

Zaev Claims ''I'm Macedonian and I'm Speaking Macedonian''

Responding to the Bulgarian Assembly's Vice chairperson's remarks that he should not misuse the term ''Macedonian language'', the Prime Minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Zoran Zaev, insisted that he is ''Madeconian.'' He also insisted that his language...

Zaev Recants "Macedonian Language" Remarks

Following the angry response from Athens over remarks allegedly made by the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia's premier Zoran Zaev, the government in Skopje issued a statement on Tuesday. Zaev's remarks, regarding the possibility of the ''Macedonian'' language being taught in...

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...

FYROM’s Zaev ‘Has Already Found The Votes’, Serbian State TV Says

According to a report of the First Channel on the Serbian State television, the Prime Minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Zoran Zaev, has already found the 80 votes that are needed in the Parliamentary vote...

FYROM Heading Toward Snap Elections

As more and more experts agree that the government of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) won't be able to find the necessary number of 80 parliamentarians needed to support the Prespa Agreement signed with Greece earlier this...