Another great collaboration with the prestige The New York Times regarding the recent developments in North Macedonia, the name change and how it affects the tourism locally and in the region. Read what this means for the travelers and the future of our beautiful country and the region through the eyes of our CEO Aleksandar Donev:

“What the agreement does, in my opinion, is take away our philosophical boundaries,” said Aleksandar Donev, Macedonia’s former director of the Agency for Promotion and Support of Tourism. “It takes away the word ‘former’ from our name, and stops defining us as something we were in the past. It sets us free to be present with a much clearer and positive vision for our future.”

“Our physical strengths and the cultural experiences that we’ve been perfecting for centuries — like our food, wine and traditions — have never been in question,” he said.

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