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Why did Alexis Tsipras agree to such a bad “Macedonia” deal? (Video)

HI’s Michael Nevradakis and The Duran’s Alex Christoforou analyze the “North Macedonia” deal and the dangers it poses for Greece

Greek's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras (R) and FYR of Macedonia Prime Minister Zoran Zaev meet on the sideline of an informal European Union (EU) summit with Western Balkans countries at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia, Bulgaria, May 17, 2018. EPA-EFE/VASSIL DONEV

The fallout from the “North Macedonia” deal continues to pick up strength, as both sides begin to question the merits of the “solution” worked out by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his northern FYROM counterpart Zoran Zaev.

Greek lawmakers are debating a no-confidence motion in the government brought by the main New Democracy opposition party over a name dispute deal which ends up recognizing a Macedonian language, a people known as Macedonians, and citizens belonging to a country with the term “Macedonia.”

In Episode 26 of The Duran’s “News in Review,” Hellenic Insider Editor-in-Chief Michael Nevradakis and Alex Christoforou of The Duran break down the dangerous deal made by Greek PM Alexis Tsipras, and how the government and citizens of FYROM may actually be the ones that save Greece’s historical heritage.

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