I am certain that majority of the citizens of Macedonia will cast a positive vote at the forthcoming referendum on the name deal with Greece, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said Wednesday in Brussels at the conference ‘NATO Engages – The Brussels Summit Dialogue’. Wednesday, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced the decision for Macedonia to start the accession talks, which means that now Skopje and Athens should start work on meeting the obligations deriving from the deal, Zaev said. “We have taken the obligation to call a referendum, as the name of our country is to be changed. The referendum should take place in late September or early October. The process is rather democratic and I believe that vast majority of our citizens will vote for,’ Zaev told the conference.