Ruling party sees no need for a leaders’ meeting over the issues with Bulgaria


Prime Minister Zoran Zaev has rejected the demand of VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski calling for the party leaders to meet to discuss the Bulgaria issue among other things.

“I don’t see a need for a leaders’ meeting. Especially not with a man who hasn’t had a position on any important national or strategic issue. Mickoski is against an agreement on any issue,” Zaev told the media accusing him of seeking ways to ‘harm the country, namely the processes leading us to EU membership.

On Saturday, VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski called for a leaders’ meeting to be held soon in order the party leaders to discuss the Bulgaria issue, the census, economy and education.


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