Prime Minister, Zoran Zaev, and Alternative leader, Afrim Gashi met Monday at the MPs’ Club in Skopje to discuss the prospect of Alternative joining the government and the parliamentary majority.

At the meeting, an agreement was reached on the program part of the possible future cooperation expressed through the political and executive participation of Alternative in the Government. The interlocutors agree that the reform and European course for which the citizens and the state are determined must continue and that in these moments the most important is the stability of the state institutions that serve the citizens. This will provide the best solutions to the biggest current challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the global energy crisis. Talks on taking and sharing responsibilities in the interest of the citizens and the state began, exchanging views on possible personnel solution, ie taking up positions, ministers, deputy ministers and other officials within the central government. In the following days, consultations in the parties will continue, followed by a new working meeting between Prime Minister Zaev and Alternative leader, Gashi with their teams, the government press service informed.