VMRO-DPMNE MP Aleksandar Nikoloski in an interview on TV21 said that economically, Macedonia is entering a recession. He mentioned that inflation is expected to continue to rise, and food, electricity and oil prices to rise even more.
“Macedonia is entering inflation. These are official data from the National Bank, which projected inflation at 1.5%, and today has a corrected figure of 2.2%, and real inflation exceeds 3%. Food and electricity are becoming more expensive and oil is expected to become more expensive. The best proof is that the citizens will compare what they can buy for 1000 denars from 5 years ago, and now. The second thing that worries me in the economy is the increase in debt, which exceeds 7.5 billion,” said Nikoloski.