Zoran Zaev Addresses SYRIZA’s 3rd Congress

ATHENS – 3rd Congress that is being held at the Tae Kwon Do Stadium in Faliro, south of Athens, on Friday.

“With Alexis [Tsipras], we worked for peace, and we managed to resolve an issue which is deeply rooted in history,” said Zaev, referring to the Prespes Agreement, which was signed between Greece and North Macedonia when both Zaev and Syriza’s leader Alexis Tsipras were their countries’ prime ministers.

This success, he noted, “resonated far beyond our immediate region.”

Zaev also underlined the fact that he disagrees with “those who say that the far-right is prevailing or that it will prevail in Europe.” There are several countries, like Greece and North Macedonia, he added, “where exactly the opposite happened.”

Finally, Zaev noted that “we should do more for democracy and solidarity: let’s turn a page.”


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