No reunion hasn't happened yet. Servos, the Bishop in the OP is talking about the Macedonian Orthodox Church not the Ohrid Archbishopric. The Macedonian Orthodox Church wants to be recognized as autocephalous and haven't been and are recognized as schismatic, this Bishop is saying that it is time to grant them autocephaly and being them back into the Church.
That is the reason why interview of the Bishop in question is scandalous.
We have canonical ecclesiastical structure there.
We can not have two Bishops of Skoplje who claim to be canonical.
If we recognize "Macedonian Orthodox Church" as canonical, we than need to declare Archbishop John as not canonical. That is nonsense.
Like in Ukraine. We have ONE canonical Church. All others can join whenever they want. But we can not recognize TWO churches in Ukraine, for example.
Just to add, that this view of Bishop in question we can read in interview has no support at all in Serbian Church. We are firmly united with our brothers and sisters in Greece and FYROM (members of canonical Church).
Macedonia is only one and it is Greek.
Servos, you are misunderstanding I think, if reunion were to occur, they would not have two archbishoprics. Like if we and the Orientals were to reunite, we wouldn't have two Bishops and churches in Alexandria, they would be merged into one.
To merge isn't to recognize one as canonical and the other as not.
As Orthodox we also cannot have the attitude of "they must join us and our existing structure if they want union." That kind of zealous, fanatical thinking is the polar opposite of Ecumenism and is just as wrong as Ecumenism.
Like here in the US, we have multiple canonical Bishops in the same cities, this will be fixed and some will retain their jurisdiction and others won't and will be given a new diocese to administer.
Like if Ukrainians were to unite, I don't think it'd be as simple as all going under the MP-Kiev group. They would have to meet in the middle.
Jurisdiction and politics are NOT doctrine, dogma or theology and we have the freedom to bend canons if they need to be bent. We cannot compromise on doctrine, but we can compromise a little on the "laws" in order to get a more canonical and better system in place. We aren't a legalistic church and don't adhere strictly to the canons, and we recognize that we have the ability to use economy to bend them if needed.
Are there theological divisions between us? If not, then what divides us? If it is their desire for autocephaly, then why not actually consider bringing them in and granting it, while also merging our current groups there with them?
We aren't zealots or fanatics and we shouldn't ever be.