Government to service two of the three planes after half of Macedonia burned down


Deputy Prime Minister Artan Grubi announced that firefighting planes would soon be taken to service in Croatia, although that would cost much more than anticipated in the tender.

He says that the prices have went up sharply by more than 50 percent of what is foreseen in the tender procedure and that is why the previous two procedures failed.

“The director of the Protection and Rescue Directorate has already signed an agreement with the Croatian authorities to service the two airplanes and I am confident that it will be acted upon quickly,” Grubi told Kanal 5 TV.

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