The Greek Parliament is currently debating on and will eventually vote on one of the most controversial agreements in modern Greek history.
Known as the Prespes Agreement, since it was signed in a village on the northern Greek lake of Prespes, the agreement will allow Greece’s northern neighbor to change its name to The Republic of North Macedonia.
The Greek Government’s advocacy of this agreement has angered many Greeks in the country and abroad as people fear a piece of Greek history is being given away to the Slavic nation.
Watch the live proceedings from the Greek Parliament:
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