Gruevski meets with Chinese Ambassador
Wednesday, 22 March 2017


VMRO-DPMNE leader Nikola Gruevski and Chinese Ambassador to Macedonia Yin Lixien discussed Wednesday in Skopje on the political developments in the country, as well as the bilateral economic cooperation.

At the meeting VMRO-DPMNE pointed out that its rival SDSM accepted a broad set of measures - complied in a foreign country-designed platform and intended to turn into reality with the help of the Special Prosecutor's Office (SPO), whose objectives are purely political, the party said in a press release.

SPO, the party said, has become an instrument for political persecution against VMRO-DPMNE and for the benefit of SDSM.

'The people became aware of that, which is the reason of their revolt. At the same time the political instrument SPO has started to exert pressure on media that are not under SDSM control, which is yet another proof of the ulterior motive of its activities,' the press release reads.

VMRO-DPMNE told the Chinese Ambassador that two solutions were offered for ending the political crisis.

'The first one is - early parliamentary elections along with the local ones, which would enable SDSM to present all parts of the Tirana platform to its voters...The second one, aimed to evade the implementation of the Tirana platform, is our offer for all VMRO-DPMNE members of the parliament to support a minority SDSM-led government, which has not been accepted thus far,' the press release reads.

Gruevski and Ambassador Lixien expressed satisfaction with the upward trend in the economic cooperation between the two countries and agreed on the need of its advancing.

 



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