The country could’ve used the 130 million euros that Macedonia lost from EU funds for capital projects


The country could have used the 130 million euros, money that Macedonia lost from EU funds, for capital projects, said VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski.

The media reported that Macedonia lost 130 million euros from EU funds, not because the EU did not give the money, but because the government and the institutions that manage the staff of the government majority did not even apply for this money.

“The country could have used this money to build infrastructure capital projects, roads, railways and a number of other activities that would bring fresh money to the economy in conditions of recession, would have kept jobs,” says Mickoski.

According to the leader of VMRO-DPMNE, this money is not in the country because the administration managed by Zaev is incapable of using it.

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