VMRO-DPMNE leader, Hristijan Mickoski, met Tuesday with representatives of the “Macedonia 2025” organization.

The meeting focused on the current political situation, economic situation and strategic priorities that are crucial for the progress of the Republic of Macedonia.

I pointed out that Zoran Zaev’s Government does not show any substantial interest in removing the deficiencies due to which the country has not received a date for negotiations. Citizens are getting poorer because of this government. There are 90,000 blocked accounts, as well as half a million living on the threshold of poverty. The government-announced pre-election raises are just a nervous reflex after three years of stagnation and unfulfilled promises. The Republic of Macedonia needs a new government, a government that will deliver real projects, not empty promises. A government that is committed to realizing projects, not a government that has achieved only 2% of what it promised. I emphasized that Macedonia will promote open access and cooperation with the economy. At the end of the meeting, I pointed out that it is time for reforms that come after the elections on April 12, when VMRO-DPMNE will win the early parliamentary elections, Mickoski wrote on Facebook after the meeting.