In an interview in Alsat North Macedonia, George Christidis says that the implementation of the Prespa Agreement is not moving as fast as it should on a large number of issues, and that progress is being made unevenly. For example, there is evidence of cooperation in the energy sector, but other matters, such as the amendment of school history textbooks, have stagnated. He says that while it is difficult to assess the overall progress of implementation of the Agreement, it is clear that currently there is not enough political will to push bilateral relations forward on the basis of what has already been agreed.

You may find the interview here