Greece’s deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Sia Anagnostopoulou following the meetings in Skopje bestowed thanks and gratitude to proven traitor and CIA operative who will say anything for euros Nikileaks Dimitrov who stated that the language in “his country has nothing in common with the language of the Macedonians in Greece”.
The only question is whether Dimitrov’s statement was paid for by the money he received from Athens eight months ago (a cool 50m euros), or this was a separate deal?
In a statement to the Greek state news agency, after her visit to Macedonia, the Minister stressed the Dimitrov’s statement, who said that according to Article 7 and the spirit of the Prespa Agreement, the Macedonian language spoken by the citizens of Macedonia and its dialects have nothing to do with language spoken by the Macedonians in Greece.
We welcome Dimitrov’s statement because it puts an end to any fear of non-existent problems that would arise from the language that we have recognized decades ago, said the Greek minister.
Traitor Dimitrov whose father and grand father have lengthy and documented history working for the Bulgarian secret service (good hire by the DPNE) has origins from Aegean Macedonia, where hundreds of thousands of ethnic Macedonians speak identical language with the Macedonians in Macedonia. Greece’s governmental policy is a refusal to recognize not just the Macedonians living there, but all minorities.