Prime Minister ZoranZaev today from Stip said that lessons have been learned from the tragedy in Tetovo, and that at the moment controls are being made on all modular hospitals in the country.
“The sadness and pain are immense, but tragedies happen everywhere. We immediately took a step, which I think should be taken and in the future not to allow such tragedies to happen. This tragedy taught us a lesson, additional controls are being made at all modular hospitals across the country, and they will probably be examined by such hospitals for a long time to come. These are patient care hospitals. We should all learn from the weaknesses of the system, we should accept tragedies as tragedies with the most objective assumptions and the most objective expectations and examinations for their cause,” said Zaev, and added that no one is married to their position, and that anyone can be replaced.
“No one is married to their position, everyone is replaceable, but they should not resign immediately because someone demands them to. I’ll let the experts reveal details about the tragedy, we are all waiting for that,” Zaev said.