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Nimetz is concerned about peace and stability in Macedonia

Ambassador Matthew Nimetz, Secretary-General’s Personal Envoy for the talks between Greece and The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Greece (Photo UN /Devra Berkowitz)

meta_maliSKOPJE – The international mediator for the name dispute, Matthew Nimetz has expressed his concern that the political crisis can negatively reflect on Macedonia’s stability, Meta reports.

-I’m concerned about the situation in Macedonia. What I can stress in this moment is that the situation in the country has been brought to a higher degree of risk and danger which influences Macedonia’s security and stability – said Nimetz for “Voice of the People” show broadcasted by “Radio Slobodna Makedonija.”

He expressed his hopes that the political crisis will be solved and overcome in a peaceful and democratic way.

-I can’t give you any more opinions because I’m focused exclusively on the name dispute, but I want to express my great concern about the peace and stability in Macedonia. I hope that the politicians and the people will come to solve all the problems that have plagued the country – said Nimetz.

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