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Zaev: We resolved open issues with Vučić

Zoran Zaev; Photo: European Commission

SARAJEVO – Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, stated in an interview with the local TV N1 that he solved all open issues he had with Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić after his statement regarding the Macedonian scenario and that it could transfer on to Serbia, but also after the information that the former BIA member was in Parliament.

Zaev said that Serbia had no influence or bad intentions.

“Of course, there were comments in the presidential campaign about the Macedonian scenario, but I would not get into that. According to reports, Macedonia was a captive state, the institutions did not work. The leaders of the Western Balkan countries had a working dinner and the Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić was present, together with the Prime Minister Ana Brnabić. We had a talk and decided to move forward,” Zaev said.

He added that politicians should fight for the rights of other ethnic communities, not just for their own.

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