The State Department welcomed the result of FYROM's referendum: "The United States welcomes the results of the Republic of Macedonia’s September 30 referendum, in which citizens expressed their support for NATO and European Union (EU) membership by accepting the Prespa Agreement between Macedonia and Greece.
Greece is following closely, albeit from the appropriate distance, the developments in the friendly country of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and remains committed to the Prespes Agreement.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras spoke on the phone with the Prime Minister of FYROM Zoran Zaev after the conclusion of Sunday's referendum, according to government sources.
After the conclusion of the referendum in FYROM, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev called on the deputies of VMRO-DPMNE to respect the people's decision otherwise the country will go to elections.
Alternate Foreign Minister George Katrougalos estimated that there will be a positive answer in the referendum in FYROM on the Prespes agreement in an interview on Saturday.
Lawmakers in FYROM voted on Monday to hold a referendum on the name deal with Greece on September 30. As reported by Reuters, 68 deputies in the 120-seat parliament voted in favour of holding a referendum, asking people whether they are in…
All parties in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) will meet in parliament the latest early in October to formulate a plebiscite on the Greece-FYROM name issue agreement, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said on Tuesday.