The head of the UN, Ban Ki Moon is visiting Ohrid where he met with Macedonian president Gjorgje Ivanov.
Much to the surprise of the puppets in Skopje and Athens (Zaev & Tsipras), the UN head indirectly urged Macedonia to never compromise with Greece over its ancient name.
Kanal5 TV believes Ban Ki Moon’s statements as “shocking” and states that they will likely cause serious controversy both in Skopje and Athens.
“With his statements he practically opened the question whether the right to self-determination is political, or is guaranteed as a universal right obtained at birth. When it comes to universal rights and principles, the United Nations never makes compromises,” commented Kanal 5 the statements by the UN Secretary General.
Ban Ki Moon, who arrived tonight in Ohrid and met with the members of the school of leaders, which is held under the auspices of President Gjorge Ivanov, used Macedonia’s constitutional name in all of his communication.
“Macedonia, Republic of Macedonia, your beautiful Macedonia” were the most widely used words of Ki Moon, and at one point he told how in his youth, while he was a student, he used to say “Makedonia”, because it is how they called it in Korea. However, after arriving in New York he started to say the accepted English version “Macedonia”.