After four years without any projects, the government borrows to survive and threatens the country with bankruptcy

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Borrowing de facto should be a necessity to finance a project, you are not at home, but if you start buying bread on credit, then you are definitely aiming for some kind of bankruptcy. If you take out a loan, you can take out a loan at some point if you have a liquidity problem to overcome it, however it should be short term and there should be a reason why this is happening. However, in the long run the goal should be to take loans to cover certain investments, it is now with us especially in recent years what is happening the state takes loans in order to survive, is the most terrible problem, said VMRO-DPMNE EC member Gordana Dimitrieska-Kochoska in an interview with Radio Lider.

Dimitrieska-Kochoska added that, for example, the Public Enterprise for State Roads cannot do anything with its own money to invest in highways, but it can only do so if it takes a loan, and in the last period according to the data the situation in this company can be seen are more critical.

“Do you remember the Demir Kapija – Smokvica highway? That road was made, but how long did we wait for it to be opened, even with those infamous dancing and so on, and they released it. But how long have there been no tolls? After that they realized what they did, so they put some prices, and now, from what I hear, it costs about 720 denars to go to Gevgelija and come back. It cannot be that way, what you lost for a year as income, now make up for it,” said Dimitrieska-Kochoska.

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