Pendarovski says it’s acceptable to treat wounded Ukrainian soldiers in Macedonia


Opening rehabilitation centers in the Western Balkans, including Macedonia, for wounded Ukrainian soldiers is a generally acceptable idea but the details need to be worked out between the governments of participating countries, President Stevo Pendarovski’s office said in response to a media question whether the National Security Council discussed the idea after it was proposed by Ukraine’s President Zelensky.

Asked whether N. Macedonia had received an official request and what implications this would have for national security, the presidential office said the proposal was initially given by Croatia’s prime minister and the President of Montenegro, considering that those two countries had already had experience in rehabilitating soldiers in 1990s.

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