Prespa agreement

Bulgaria's President Warns Against North Macedonia's Violation of Prespa Agreement

Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev expressed concern over the recent actions and rhetoric of politicians in North Macedonia, emphasizing the need to move beyond the election campaign phase. He cautioned against the potential consequences of such behavior, warning that it could lead to the country's isolation and distance from the European Union.

Mitsotakis warns North Macedonia: Violating Prespa Agreement blocks EU path

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has once again cautioned North Macedonia that violating the Prespa Agreement, which resolved the longstanding name dispute between the two neighbors, will jeopardize the Balkan country's ambitions for EU membership. 

PM: Greece will not ratify memorandums until Skopje complies with Prespa deal

The Greek government will not submit for ratification the three cooperation memorandums signed with North Macedonia over issues such as its EU accession process until Skopje fully complies with the Prespa Agreement signed in 2018, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Thursday. 

Cooperation memorandums with North Macedonia depend on Prespa compliance, Gerapetritis says

The government will table memorandums of cooperation with North Macedonia in Parliament for ratification only when it is "convinced of the neighboring country's full compliance with its international commitments," Foreign Minister George Gerapetritis has said.

Stern message sent to Skopje

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has warned newly sworn-in North Macedonia President Gordana Siljanovska that further violations of the name agreement signed between the two countries would threaten Skopje's European Union membership ambitions.