1 June 2001 SKOPJE, Macedonia–Macedonian Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski said on 30 May that he was prepared to consider constitutional changes that would make Macedonia’s ethnic Albanians a “constituent ethnic group” and Albanian an official language. Meanwhile, Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski said he would consider granting amnesty to ordinary members of the National Liberation Army, […]

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