Read: Journalists targeted as crisis in Macedonia escalates "The VMRO poisoned society with its febrile ethno-nationalism. The new government will have to cleverly defuse the situation, both internally and abroad said Josip Juratovic, a Balkans expert and Social Democrat lawmaker in the German parliament, the Bundestag, told DW. Macedonia's new foreign minister, Nikola Dimitrov, has already announced that he will travel to Athens soon. "That is where we have the biggest problem said Dimitrov. Yet, there is no solution in sight. The main hurdle, next to implementing necessary domestic reforms, remains the quarrel with neighboring Greece over the name Macedonia. Greece has been blocking its smaller neighbor in NATO since 2008, and in accession talks with the EU since 2009. Ivanov eventually relented in mid-May in the face of massive international criticism. "Well, the crisis in forming a government is finally over, but I don't believe the crisis in Macedonia is Tobias Flessenkemper, a senior fellow at the Centre International de Formation Europeenne (CIFE ) in Nice, France.
First Macedonia has to deliver something.").