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Gruevski: Macedonian people will never accept being renamed
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New York, 28 September 2013 (MIA) - The Republic of Macedonia is celebrating the 20th
anniversary of its UN membership with the still unresolved issue regarding the use of the name of
my country, the Republic of Macedonia and an issue regarding the identity of my people, the
Macedonian identity, issues that emerged because of a dispute raised by our southern neighbor
Greece which opposes our name which is our fundamental individual and collective right, Prime
Minister Nikola Gruevski said addressing the 68th session of the UN General Assembly in New
Following international law, the Republic of Macedonia is entitled to decide on its own name, and
to name its identity as Macedonian, Gruevski said.
The Macedonian people will never accept being renamed, and if it is impossible for this issue to be
solved now, although we are those who are most interested in its solution and we sincerely wish
for a solution to be found that will be sustainable, balanced, and most importantly, mutually
acceptable, then some other generation in different circumstances will be able to solve it, but
precisely on the basis of the values, positions and principles that I mentioned before, and which
indicate a just and fair solution, without winners and losers. However, I personally consider that we
must not leave the thorny issues to future generations, but we must try to find a solution and find
strength to provide prosperity for the countries and the region, Gruevski underlined.
Solving the differences with our southern neighbor is our priority, but precisely and only within the
UN resolutions that define the solution that is subject to discussions and a mutually acceptable
solution, and in no other way, and especially not by expanding those limits, he said.
Sixty six years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted, with this dispute that
is unjustly imposed on us by Greece, one of the fundamental rights of the individual is also
violated, and that is the right to decide one's own name. Every representative of my people is
denied the right to be called as they feel, as their mothers and fathers, grandparents and all other
ancestors throughout history were named - Macedonian. In addition to disputing the Constitutional
name of my country - the Republic of Macedonia, Greece also disputes the identity of my citizens,
that is, it does not allow for them to be called Macedonians and the language that they speak to be
called the Macedonian language although ever since more than half a century ago within the
Universities worldwide there have been departments where the Macedonian language has been
studied and it has been called the Macedonian language. It is the same as if somebody denied
you to speak French, German, Polish, English, Dutch, Portuguese, Japanese, Hindi or any other
language, Gruevski said.
He said that the United Nations must not overlook the violation of this fundamental human right - to
be able to decide on one's own name - and should show a fundamental activity to enable the
exercise of that right, and in this particular case an activity that will lead to a solution of these
outstanding issues that Greece has with us.
Last year we debated about preventive diplomacy and we concluded that it should be an essential
element of the international community. Therefore, the UN must not and should not stand aside in
this process that strongly impedes Macedonian aspirations for a better future for its citizens. An
engagement is necessary to make possible for Greece to embark on solving this issue, because
in the last two years there has been a great inertness on the Greek part which, although a result of
objective reasons caused by their adverse economic situation, it has also a strategic and tactical
political element based on the analysis that by prolonging the process of not solving the dispute, it
would contribute to the Republic of Macedonia being isolated in its positions that are based on
international law and values and to sign a kind of self-extinguishment of the state and the nation by
agreeing to be re-named, Gruevski pointed out.
In that analysis, it is estimated that with the lack of intensity in the discussions, my country being
faced with blocked European and Euro-Atlantic integrations that are hindered directly by the
dispute, despite having met the standards that were required from us by the international
multilateral organizations (NATO and EU) that we are prevented to join, and faced with the
possibility of internal misunderstandings around this hindrance caused by our southern neighbor,
that we would drop our guard in spite of the power of the arguments that are on our side, he said.
It is true that by putting off the solution to the dispute, more challenges in the country and the region
are created, and the tension becomes greater at certain moments, but it should be clear to
everybody that such challenges should not be considered as a trigger for any changes of our
justified and internationally correct position, that would lead to a change of our Macedonian identity.
It is not possible to change something that has existed for centuries by imposing positions of
blockages or by threats about possible misunderstandings, tensions or unrest, not even by
effectuating them, Gruevski said.
It is said that actions speak solely of those who undertake them. Faced with the lack of interest by
the Hellenic Republic in substantial talks for a solution to the dispute, two months ago I suggested
to the Greek Prime Minister a change of the format of discussions, that is, raising them to a much
higher political level - I as a Macedonian and he as a Greek Prime Minster, together with Ministers
from both Governments to meet directly and talk about a solution. That would lead to greater
efficiency, because we are the one most often called to solve this issue. 22 years are too much
time for not getting anywhere and are sufficient proof that there must be a change in the game. Our
mandate, entrusted to us by the citizens, should be essential for achieving a mutually acceptable
solution for which I believe that it is possible to be attained, a solution that will be accepted and
agreed upon by the citizens of our countries, Macedonian PM said.
However, he underlined, if there is not any progress, the UN must not stand still and be satisfied
with the status quo situation, because it would mean showing additional irresponsibility. The UN
should, aware of this already discouraging situation, help with their mechanisms, through the
General Assembly, and also the Security Council, on the basis of whose resolution we are talking
with our neighbor, to arrive at a solution that will unlock the perspectives of my country. Otherwise,
the UN will be faced with failure again and will bear the responsibility because of not reacting in
accordance with its own 6 principles and values. I do not want to pardon anybody, we all have
responsibility, but also this Organization which instead of accepting the comfort of being silent and
not solving this dispute and instead of defending itself by being dormant in this status quo
situation, which is obviously creating problems and challenges for the region, should start
considering alternative scenarios and stimulate more boldly a solution of this long standing
dispute, Gruevski pointed out.
That issue which should have been promptly resolved among neighbors, partners and future allies
has lasted for 22 years. An issue which, according to my deep conviction, although being a very
realistic problem for my people, is in its essence a virtual one and does not have any grounds in
international law, nor in the United Nation's acts and it is difficult, I would even say, impossible, for
somebody to find a legal justification for its existence, Gruevski said.
The overwhelming majority of countries that have recognized our constitutional name, the Republic
of Macedonia, over 135 of them being UN members, clearly show that most of the countries do not
believe that this dispute has a justified political basis, or if there is such, they denounce it. . It is
created, I believe, as classic politicization and is an instrument that around 20 years ago was either
supposed to bring to someone partial political points or, by creating an atmosphere of conflict, to
make some strategic regional shifts, but also to slow down the diffusion of freedom, democracy
and market economy in the Balkans, he said.
The UN discussed last year the issue of the rule of law and all member states unanimously
agreed that the respect of internationally agreed norms and principles is a must. Unfortunately, the
norms are not always adhered to and the United Nations must 3 not be inert in that regard and
abstract itself from the responsibility for the disrespect for the rule of law. The Republic of
Macedonia became a UN member in 1993 with an atypical membership condition, which was the
denial of its Constitutional name, and it was admitted under a temporary and interim reference for
the country, a precedent that has never occurred before in history and is contrary to the acts of the
international community and law; but we have endured all that, although it lingers on as a problem
up to now, Gruevski underlined.
In 1995 we signed with Greece, with UN mediation, an Interim Accord, with which we have changed
our flag and parts of our Constitution, while Greece had an obligation not to create obstacles for
our NATO accession in 2008; and not only has it obstructed the act of accession to the international
organization itself, but it also expanded these obstructions to the processes of opening the
procedure for membership in another organization and four years in a row, it prevents the start of
negotiations for our EU membership, he said.
In 2010, the Hague International Court of Justice, which is the principal organ of the United
Nations, established by its member countries, on the basis of our appeal for the obstructions
made by Greece concerning our memberships, made a judgment that Greece had violated the
international law by not adhering to the Interim Accord and that the Republic of Macedonia had not
done anything to violate the international law and the commitments it had undertaken. However, we
are hindered again, notwithstanding the decision of the highest body of justice in the world, and
that is apparent to this Assembly and its member countries, Gruevski said.
The UN was established in order to protect international law. There is no regulation of international
law that imposes on a country not to be able to call itself as it wishes, and its citizens not to be able
to be called and named as they want to. Naming is one of the five elements of states and it is an
undisputed right of every member country, he pointed out.
Why do we need international law if we do not adhere to it? If we turn a blind eye to this injustice
and an obvious violation of international law, we will be directly responsible for breaking one of the
postulates of world peace and the UN. We do not want that, nor can we allow it. If it were not for
We, precisely with our openness and with our initiative that is justified, show that we wish for a
solution to be found. But, our meetings must not be a pure formality, they should rather contain an
essence, and must not create an alibi for not finding a solution, Gruevski said.
Each year in September world leaders gather in New York to develop joint responses to
challenges, and this is a great challenge for all; national governments, international and regional
organizations, civil society and the private sector. We share the primary responsibility for a peaceful
and secure world, which will ensure the rights and interests of individuals, nations and countries
within the framework of the rule of national and international law. That was also the objective when
the United Nations was established after the World War II.
Addressing the UN General Assembly, Gruevski thanked the President and UN Secretary General
for their engagement and leadership in setting the new development framework which projects
beyond 2015, building upon the Millennium Development Goals, with an economic, social and
ecological dimension of sustainable development.
What is of importance for the post 2015 development agenda is building a global partnership
among governments, the private sector, civil society and individuals and mobilization of institutional
and human resources, in this ambitious and complex project, he said.
The environment must be a key building block of the sustainable development, for it is nature that
sustains us and its resources should be used wisely. Economic growth facilitates human growth,
reduces poverty, facilitates better education and healthcare and is, thus, a crucial element of any
development framework. The Republic of Macedonia will fully contribute to the realization of all
global objectives, through its national agenda in which investment in education, health, agriculture
and food, environment and infrastructure and the partnership between the Government and the
business community are the highest priorities, he said.
Peace, resolving conflicts and protecting human rights are UN postulates, and today, they are even
a greater challenge that we should respond to and overcome. The Republic of Macedonia supports
the approach of the United Nations in responding to these challenges. We actively contribute to the
promotion of peace on an international level, participating in international missions that safeguard
freedom and democracy, Gruevski said.
Speaking of one of the major issues - the crisis in Syria and the internal conflict with more than 100
000 victims and 2 million refugees - what is more troubling while 2 pursuing diplomatic efforts is
that the Syrian people were confronted with the use of chemical weapons which is strictly forbidden
by international law, he said.
This must not be tolerated. We are among the countries that asked for urgent investigation, under
the auspices of the Secretary General's Mechanism for the Investigation of Alleged Use of
Chemical and Biological Weapons. Despite differing views, all Member States of the Council and
of the United Nations are united in that for the final resolution of the Syrian crisis, a chance should
be given to the political approach, Gruevski said.
Therefore, it is essential to concentrate maximum efforts on revitalizing the search for a political
settlement and convene the Geneva II conference as soon as possible.
The Syrian people deserve better days through decisive action of the international community that
will put an end to the violence and threats, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski said addressing the 68th
session of the UN General Assembly in New York. sk/11:50
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