In an interview for Thessaloniki’s Flash 99,4 FM, Ioannis Armakolas analyzed the new political landscape in North Macedonia in the wake of Zoran Zaev’s resignation following his ruling SDSM party’s heavy defeat in the recent local elections.

He went on to explain the possible consequences of the political crisis in North Macedonia vis-à-vis the implementation of the Prespa Agreement. Armakolas also talked about the dangers stemming from the lack of European prospects for the countries of the Western Balkans, some of which, like Bosnia-Herzegovina, are already in turmoil.

You can listen to the interview here, in Greek.