Skopje, July 24, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Naser Pajaziti
Prime minister of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Nikola Gruevski addressed accusations today against the Macedonian opposition for the lack of political dialogue in the country.
“The lack of political dialogue puts in danger the Euro-Atlantic perspective of the country and the largest opposition parties must be held accountable for this. I have nothing else to add, except what I’ve said so far. Political dialogue for me is important at any moment, when Macedonian Social Democratic League (LSDM) is ready to negotiate. Nevertheless, we cannot accept conditions such as ‘technical government’”, declared Gruevski.
Gruevski’s declaration follows the comment of the EU enlargement commissioner, Stefan Fule today on FYROM. Fule said that political dialogue and reforms are very important. He also stressed that it’s equally important to assess the implementation of the Ohrid Agreement, which guarantees rights for ethnic Albanians. /ibna/