Ph.DStudent FLAKRON BEXHETI
SEEU- Faculty of Contemporary Social Sciences – Political Sciences,
Tetovo, North Macedonia
In this study, we will focus on the Ohrid Agreement that derived from a peaceful conference whichput an end to the armed conflict in Macedonia in 2001. We will also approach the causes that led to the conflict, the circumstances created that caused this interethnic military clash, the deadlock of the implementation of the Agreement, within the time frame envisaged in that agreement itself, the attitude of the Albanian and Macedonian political parties towards the Ohrid Framework Agreement and the contribution of the international political factor, which provided their contribution to the achievement of this Agreement from the position of facilitators. A lot has been written and said about this agreement, since its endorsement; numerous comprehensive analyzes have been carried out in various scientific conferences, debateshave been held at university level and many papershave been published in different journals and conference proceedings by various different authors, who expressed their thoughts theoretically, scientifically and empirically, based on their arguments which they claimed were objective and real. I believe that the main cause of the non-implementation of this agreement or the prolongation of its implementation for more than e decade, is the result of the lack of a proper scientific analysis of the genesis of the military conflict between the two largest communities in Macedonia, namely between the Macedonian military and police forces and the NLA.
No.3 December 2019
ISSN 2661-2666 (Online) International Scientific Journal “Monte”
ISSN 2661-264X (Print)