The Agreement explained simplified

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The Agreement explained simplified

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Simplified Version

In the age of Instagram, Twitter and Youtube, the art of reading, critical thinking and deductive reasoning is on the decline. I was asked to create a video version of my analysis, to help people understand the Prespa Agreement better, but that is beyond the scope of my technical knowledge and resources.

What I CAN provide is, who has to do what according to the Prespa Agreement, based on my own conclusions in the full article.


What Greece has to do
  • Not to veto/object when and if Macedonia joins NATO and/or EU.

Round 1 Results


Currently, Greece has commanding lead, which means that the Agreement, such as it is, benefits them a lot more than it benefits Macedonia.

Join me in the next few days for Part II. You can get a notification when I post part 2, by liking the Virtual Macedonia Facebook page, following Virtual Macedonia on Twitter or by subscribing via email.



The Agreement explained simplified
About Ivan Slatinski

Ivan Slatinski is a Macedonian living in the eastern part of Republic of Macedonia(still) with his extended family. When he is not glued to a computer, he enjoys binge-watching shows like Otpisani and Povratak Otpisanih, learning Swahili and taking his pet hedgehog Prle on leisurely walks.He can be reached via email or on Facebook.


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