British Ambassador to Macedonia says leadership is needed to solve the name issue with Greece

British position on the name row between Macedonia and Greece stays firm – we want the issue to be solved as soon as possible, said British Ambassador to Skopje Christopher Yvon.

According to him, the solution should be mutually acceptable and should be found within the UN.

“There is a need of leadership, courage and flexibility to achieve it,” the ambassador remarked.

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