regret that then, but even today, the opposition does not contribute to major political decisions. Neither Mickoski nor VMRO-DPMNE contributed, they were guided strictly by party political goals regardless of the interest of the state, said Prime Minister Zoran Zaev at a recent press conference.
But Zaev’s statement was denied in the European Commission report, which said that the opposition remained engaged in the Parliament and supported key issues of national interest, i.e. EU-related reforms and the NATO integration process.
From the very beginning, the Government of Zoran Zaev was denied in the report. The report notes that the opposition party also remained engaged in parliament and supported key issues of common national interest, such as EU-related reforms and the NATO integration process, which Macedonia joined in March 2020.
The opposition party remained engaged in parliament and backed key issues of common national interest, such as EU-related reforms and the NATO integration process, which Macedonia joined in March 2020, according to the report released by the European Commission on Tuesday.