European Western Balkans

Gruevski was 40 minutes late for the meeting with Hahn and he didn’t want to be recorded or to give a statement

Nikola Gruevski; Photo: VMRO-DPMNE

meta_maliSKOPJE – The leader of VMRO-DPMNE, Nikola Gruevski yesterday didn’t give any statements after the meeting with the European Commissioner for Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, as was done previously by the other political leaders after the meetings with the EU Commissioner, “Meta” news agency reported.

According to the announcements, the details of the meeting between Gruevski and Hahn, and the stances of his party regarding the current political situation and the forming of the new government, will bel later issued in a statement by VMRO-DPMNE.

Otherwise, Gruevski was late for 40 minutes at the meeting with Hahn, and on his request, the camera operators weren’t allowed to record materials from the meeting, “Meta” said.

The EU Commissioner Hahn, who took part in the sixth ministerial meeting of the countries of Western Balkans that was devoted to the regional cooperation in the domain of energetics, this afternoon met with the leaders of SDSM, Besa, the Alliance of the Albanian, DUI, and DPA.

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