DUI welcomes Biden's decision on the Ohrid and Prespa Agreement
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The Democratic Union for Integration (BDI) welcomes and welcomes the executive decision of the US President Joe Biden to confirm the validity of the American punitive measures against those who do not respect the Ohrid, Prespa and Good Neighbor Agreements.

In a DUI press release, it is stated that the decision is an expression of the vital importance of these agreements, and their violation shakes the foundations of peace and represents a threat to true democracy.

The Ohrid agreement, the Prespa agreement and good neighborliness are also the fruits of the objective mediation of the USA during all these years in support of our country and the whole region, paths that enabled our integration into NATO and getting closer to our doors than ever before of Europe, DUI points out.

The Democratic Union for Integration warns that it will continue autonomously and within the European Front to be the guardian of the implementation of these historic agreements, just as it had a decisive role in their approval and implementation.

"We appeal to all the protagonists of local politics to do this, as only the respect of these agreements is a guarantee of peace, stability and the development progress of the country", concludes the communique.

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