VMRO-DPMNE President Hristijan Mickoski met with voters in Bitola today, to support the party’s mayoral candidate Toni Konjanovski who won the most votes in the first round of the local elections. During his visit, Mickoski announced that the party is well placed to bring a major new investment in Bitola, after introducing the Kromberg and Schubert company that is now one of the main employers in the area, during its previous term in office.

There is no question that VMRO-DPMNE won in Bitola. We won the most votes for the city council and our candidate Toni Konjanovski was on top in the first round, and he will win in the second round. The people of Bitola are fed up of lies, crimes, treason and corruption, Mickoski said.

He met with the press in the Zhabeni industrial zone, built under the last VMRO led Government, where he said that he will soon introduce a major investor in the city. Mickoski said he’d rather not reveal the name of the company.

I will not copy Zoran Zaev, who mentions companies like Facebook, major German car manufacturers, then Google, even IKEA. But I can tell you that in the coming period, the new VMRO led Government and Mayor Konjanovski will bring a major, multi-national company that will provide initially hundreds and later thousands of jobs in Bitola, and will be very important to the whole Pelagonija region, Mickoski said.