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Gruevski: We did a lot for Radovis, number of unemployed decreased by 51 percent

In his address at Sunday’s central rally of VMRO-DPMNE in Kriva Palanka, the party leader Nikola Gruevski said we should once again recall where we were and where we are now, so that we can be sure of where we are going.

“In the period from 2006 to 2016, the government led by VMRO-DPMNE and the Coalition, here in Radovis created more than 2,300 jobs for the citizens in the municipality. Or, more precisely, with figures, in 2006, the number of employed people in Radovis was 3,980, let’s round the number to 4,000, and at the end of 2016, the number of employees is 6,285 or, let’s say, 6,300, from 4,000 to 6,300 employees in the last decade during VMRO-DPMNE’s rule, that is VMRO-DPMNE,” Gruevski said, adding that unemployment rate was reduced by 51 percent and that many local roads were built and reconstructed. About 120 million denars have been invested in improving the road infrastructure in Radovis, Gruevski said.

Gruevski said that there were investments in atmospheric and fecal canalization, and he also referred to projects in education, a large part of schools were built and renovated, gyms in schools were built reconstructed.

“We continue to follow our path, with your full support, with the same love and devotion as the first day. I sincerely believe that the October 15 elections will end with the best results for our Macedonia. Our people will come to the right services, services they deserve,” said Gruevski.