Macedonia has reached an historic accord with its neighbor Greece to change its name to the Republic of North Macedonia. The decision opens the door for the former Yugoslav republic to join the EU and NATO - but the move isn't popular with everyone.
A strong majority in Macedonia has voted to change the country's name, but low turnout has undermined the result. Prime Minister Zoran Zaev is resolved to go ahead with the change regardless. What are the next steps?
Macedonian parliamentarians have voted in favor of starting the process to change the country's name to North Macedonia. The name change would clear the path for the country's entry into NATO and possibly the EU.
The countdown has begun for Macedonia's referendum on changing the country's name to the Republic of North Macedonia. A name change would pave the way for the former Yugoslav republic to join NATO and the EU.
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has accused Moscow of spreading disinformation in Macedonia ahead of the referendum on changing the country's name. The change could lead to Macedonia joining NATO and the EU.
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