President Gjorge Ivanov will not be in Macedonia on referendum day, 30 September, several media reported on Thursday. His Cabinet didn’t reveal an official stand. Based on the reports, according to the Cabinet, Ivanov will represent Macedonia at the United Nations General Assembly in New York. “His absence from the country is a result of the agreed-upon so-called rotation system, according to which the PM goes to New York one year and the President goes the following one,” the media pointed out, citing the Cabinet. The General Assembly will last from 25 to 30 September. According to the provisional schedule of participants in the General Debate, Ivanov will deliver an address on 27 September.