The talks continue among various experts, while increasingly serious cease-fire breaches are reported in the Tetovo region by Vlado Jovanovski SKOPJE. Macedonia–Although it looked like the internationally sponsored talks on constitutional changes were facing collapse last week, the dialogue continued on 19 July among experts after both the ethnic Macedonian and ethnic Albanian parties came […]

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