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The leader of the DPA, Menduh Thaçi, also stated on this issue, saying that the country should make compromises in the dispute with Bulgaria, in order to achieve European integration goals. "Macedonians should be aware that they should do as Bulgaria says. I know it's heavy. "They will do as Greece says, because compromises in politics are painful", Thaçi affirmed. He justified the statements of compromise by comparing what the Albanians of Northern Macedonia have done. "The Albanians of Macedonia, how many… 700-800 thousand, or one million, 30 years ago wanted to live with Kosovars, with one state, to live with one state with Albania, but a compromise has been made, and now there is no no dilemma to any political force, no small extremist group. "Albanians have done their job." he said. While the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Northern Macedonia, Nikola Dimitrov said that there is hope that finally Macedonia will face a party which is really conversational and not only sets preconditions. "As for the political governance of the neighbors, Petkov's statement is encouraging and in a way realistic. "We have to be close, to understand each other, to respect our dignity, to respect their dignity", he declared. Dimitrov reminded that the problems in the Bulgarian-Macedonian relations have been a reality for two years and assessed that according to him it is the last chance to restore a normal relationship between the neighbors. "The actions are great for the Macedonian-Bulgarian friendship because in a way the current policy of blackmail, blockade and veto does not divide us. The European story is fading, "Tensions are emerging because the drasticity of Macedonian's European history is the highest, we are the ones who, despite our shortcomings, get the highest grades, we have the highest grades from the countries that have been negotiating for years," he said. Dimitrov also mentioned the fact that interest and attention on this issue in Washington is growing. "We can not build friendship with Bulgaria if we are seen as opponents. The issue is being raised many, many public messages, while our experience of negotiations says that the more you speak in public, the less you invest in real negotiations at the table. Very few details about the Prespa Agreement have been made public. "It is a fact that the Macedonian language is not an issue for another nation, for another state," he concluded. "We are the ones who, despite our shortcomings, get the highest grades, we have the highest grades from the countries that have been negotiating for years," he said. Dimitrov also mentioned the fact that interest and attention on this issue in Washington is growing. "We can not build friendship with Bulgaria if we are seen as opponents. The issue is being raised many, many public messages, while our experience of negotiations says that the more you speak in public, the less you invest in real negotiations at the table. Very few details about the Prespa Agreement have been made public. "It is a fact that the Macedonian language is not an issue for another nation, for another state," he concluded. "We are the ones who, despite our shortcomings, get the highest grades, we have the highest grades from the countries that have been negotiating for years", he said. Dimitrov also mentioned the fact that interest and attention on this issue in Washington is growing. "We can not build friendship with Bulgaria if we are seen as opponents. The issue is being raised many, many public messages, while our experience of negotiations says that the more you speak in public, the less you invest in real negotiations at the table. Very few details about the Prespa Agreement have been made public. "It is a fact that the Macedonian language is not an issue for another nation, for another state," he concluded. "We can not build friendship with Bulgaria if we are seen as opponents. The issue is being raised many, many public messages, while our experience of negotiations says that the more you speak in public, the less you invest in real negotiations at the table. Very few details about the Prespa Agreement have been made public. "It is a fact that the Macedonian language is not an issue for another nation, for another state," he concluded. "We can not build friendship with Bulgaria if we are seen as opponents. The issue is being raised many, many public messages, while our experience of negotiations says that the more you speak in public, the less you invest in real negotiations at the table. Very few details about the Prespa Agreement have been made public. "It is a fact that the Macedonian language is not an issue for another nation, for another state," he concluded.