O’Brien: Looking for different path will slow country’s progress toward the EU


U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, James O’Brien, has told MIA that the same spirit of unity that the European Union showed with the Ukraine decision at the December summit will be put into action on some of the obstacles for each individual country, including North Macedonia.
He says that the upcoming elections pose a clear choice between people who have a path to Europe and people who they are not interested in joining Europe.
Speaking about the constitutional amendments and the certainty that they will not be adopted in the current composition, but also the position of the opposition VMRO-DPMNE that it does not accept Bulgarian dictates and that after coming to power it will seek a solution for European integration, the United States diplomat says that in the upcoming processes it is especially important that everyone participates and expresses their views.

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