In today’s resolution about Macedonia that was prepared by the special rapporteur Ivo Vajgl, the European Parliament has assessed the situation in the country and stated that Przino Agreement must be obeyed and to better shield the judiciary from political interference and address remaining rule of law problems, announced the ep on its official web page.

MEPs praise the country’s strong commitment to fully implementing the 2015 Pržino Agreement and the Urgent Reform priorities, which has led to intensified efforts on EU reform.

Through the resolution, where two amendments were inserted that demand from Hungary to extradite Nikola Gruevski to Macedonia, the MEPs praise the country’s strong commitment to fully implementing the 2015 Pržino Agreement and the Urgent Reform priorities, which has led to intensified efforts on EU reform.

But the resolution also contains a call to the authorities in Macedonia to intensify the fight against money laundering and conflicts of interest, to better shield the judiciary from political interference and address remaining rule of law problems, which continue to pose serious challenges.

The resolution was approved by 470 votes to 116, with 46 abstentions.

“This agreement is sending the much needed signal for stability and reconciliation within the whole Western Balkans” said the MEPs.

-Once all conditions are fulfilled, Macedonia’s membership in the EU will ensure a promising future for its current and future generations. The EU will also need to deliver on its own promises to a country that has been left in the waiting room for too long and can provide a substantial contribution to the stability, security and progress of South Eastern Europe as a whole – said the EP rapporteur on the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Ivo Vajgl