Dimitrov orders cover up of Macedonian insignia at a private property during Kotzias visit to Ohrid


In order not to offend Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias, the criminal Macedonian junta posing as “Government” covered the 16 ray sun of Kutlesh, located at “Hotel Prestol”, about 30 meters from the place where today Kotzias met with his colleague Nikola Dimitrov – shows a photo published by citizens on social networks.

Ohrid resident Pavel Doneski reacted angrily to the latest humiliation by the criminal government considering the fact the hotel is a privately owned property.

This comes at a time when Greek customs officials are ripping Macedonian license plates from visiting tourists.
Previously, Dimitrov ordered the airport store “Macedonian Wines” to be covered as well.

Update: After our report, residents in Ohrid (possibly the owner of the hotel) removed the ridiculous cover placed by Dimitrov’s team. Kotzias in the end did see the flag without collapsing in agony in the process.

  • Tony

    This is getting out of hand
    And very very ridiculous.

  • Tony

    This fat fuck Kotzias should not be allowed in the country.

    • Legenda Patriot

      Was there no leaking boat to dump him in the lake?

      • Tony

        Wish there was, he would of went down quick.

  • Serres Makethonia

    Tony the man you just insulted is Makedonijas only friend. He is really pushing the Greek government to allow FYROM to be keep the name Makedonija with a Geographical quolifier. Every one else in Greece says NO MAKEDONIJA at all.

  • Serres Makethonia

    Remember Greece and Greeks have been Macedonian for 4000 years, where’s you Slavs have only been Makedonijans 73 years (since 1945), Alphabet since 1946, Language recognised as Makedonski since 1977, Church as Makedonijan since 1966.
    Alexander 1 King of Macedonia in the 3rd century BC:
    “I should not be here at all if I had not at heart the common welfare of Greece – I am myself a Greek by descent, and have no wish to see Greece exchange her freedom for slavery.”
    – Alexander I

    (Herodotus, The Histories:http://books.google.com/books… )

  • john stervoski

    Dump both of them in the lake, but a 454 between the eyes