The comment of the Bulgarian Prime Minister is only a reflection of an inconsistent and I would say servile policy that we have seen in the Macedonian Government in the past 3-4 years. The more servile you are, the more pressured you are. And this position of the Bulgarian Prime Minister is not a solution, but only one, I would say, blockade in installments. An announced blockade that will not happen once, but will happen ten times in the next 10 years and that is why I think that Macedonia should have a stronger position and build a national common line, said the VMRO-DPMNE EC member Antonio Miloshoski, regarding the statement of the Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov, that the veto should not be lifted but should be moved.
The opposition MP also called on Prime Minister Kovachevski, instead of hiding behind the foreign minister, to go to Parliament and present the documents being negotiated with Sofia in order to build a more serious stance on the issue.