FYROM’s Foreign minister, Nikola Dimitrov said that there’s no plan B for the country’s integration in the EU and NATO. He said that the deal signed with Greece is the only one which gives way to the country’s integration without threatening the identity of the Macedonian people.
As far as September 30th referendum is concerned, Dimitrov said that it’s up to the people to decide, while considering president Djordje Ivanov’s decision not to vote in the referendum as a disgrace.
Dimitrov said that in case the majority of people vote against the agreement, the government will give up and the deal will fail. However, if the majority votes in favour, but less than half turn up in the polling stations, then the procedure will be passed on to the country’s institutions. /ibna/