FYROM does not make an impression of a serious country on the European institutions according to an MP from the oppositional Democratic Union in FYROM. As A1 television informed, Radmila Sekerinska stated that “the incapability to reach an interparty agreement on name issue is a big problem as well as the using up energy of projects, which can influence the country’s position in the negotiations”.
Furthermore Sekerinska added “What is more important for me is to defend our constitutional name, language and identity then to decide which ancient person to be out downtown Skopje.”
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