The Republic of North Macedonia celebrates the 30th anniversary of its accession to the United Nations.
Macedonia was admitted as the 181st full member of the United Nations Organization on April 8, 1993, at the United Nations General Assembly, based on Security Council Resolution No. 817 of April 7, 1993.
However, its international legal nature was reaffirmed after the will of the Macedonian citizens to hold a referendum on September 8, 1991 for an independent state.
However, due to opposition and pressure from Greece, membership in the UN was not under the then constitutional name of the Republic of Macedonia, but under the temporary name of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
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