ZoranZaev’s Finance Minister Nina Angelovska after withdrawing her deposit from the Eurostandard Bank, she also approved state anti-crisis aid for her company, accused VMRO-DPMNE at a press conference.
While citizens are barely making ends meet, and companies are going under due to the selective distribution of financial stimulus aid, the Finance Minister approved three payments to one of her own company WebSpot. This raises serious suspicions that Angelovska was using her position to divert money into her own pockets, said VMRO-DPMNE spokesperson Naum Stoilkovski.
He showed documents issued by the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, as he said, to those who granted assistance, and the company WebSpot received state aid on July 8, June 12 and May 19 of this year.
“There are serious suspicions that Nina Angelovska abused her position again and from the state budget, for which she was in charge of managing, she paid state aid to her company for salaries during the epidemic, said Stoilkovski, revealing that on July 8 2020 Angelovska took 210,909 denars, on June 12 received 224,750 denars of state aid and on May 19 224,750 denars aid from anti-crisis measures during the COVID-19 epidemic, or a total of 600 thousand denars.