If Skopje delivers, the EU, too, must be delivering. This is the stand presented by PM Zoran Zaev in an interview with Euronews Albania. As he added, that’s why the first message is for the processes to continue because, otherwise, non-papers and discussions are developed on new ethnic borders, with everyone knowing that’s possible only with weapons. “We don’t need that, it’s the 21st century,” the PM notes. Zaev seriously believes that if the EU slows down the processes, fertile ground is created for strategies that will develop into something undesirable. In the PM’s view, nationalism and chauvinism is present everywhere around the globe, but in the Balkans, it is visible.