The European Union is disappointed by yesterday’s statement by former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski “Meta” has learnt from official sources within the EU.
“We have already expressed our concern and disappointment with the statement from the former Prime Minister and his lack of the respect of the political agreement”, a senior official told “Meta” who asked to remain anonymous when asked him to comment on Gruevski’s insults towards Belgian facilitator Peter Vanhoutte and Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva.
The European official pointed out that Brussels had reacted today through its Delegation in Skopje, on their Twitter account, they tweeted that the signatories of the Przhino Agreement must respect the work of the Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva and Belgian expert Peter Vanhoutte.
Belgian expert Vanhoutte, before the working groups gathered for their meeting commented on Gruevski’s statement and said: “If you do not like the message, kill the messenger.”
Gruevski yesterday in a speech at a conference of the Union of Women of VMRO-DPMNE said it would take a long time “before it would occur to any politician to try and come to power through mass fraud in cooperation with foreign intelligence services, and in collaboration with criminals, con artists, and the likes of Chaush, Vanhoutte and Katica, the mist sellers, and the types whose main goal is to extort businesses in their own cities. “