The former Minister of Foreign Affairs and a current MP from the ranks of VMRO-DPMNE, Nikola Poposki, at the press conference that took place today at the Parliament said that the Government has met Sofia’s demands in the Agreement for Good Neighborly relations, but there is an impression that it has forgotten Macedonian interests.

-It’s an interstate agreement, but what is noticeable is that there is a certain dispute of the difference of the Macedonian language and the Macedonian people as a nation. In order to gain a support from VMRO-DPMNE at the Parliament, certain corrections in the part concerning the national interests will have to be done – said Poposki.

The former Minister of Former Affairs thinks that what is necessary is a fair agreement that will close problems and not an agreement that will create frustrations for Macedonia on the road to the EU. A fair agreement in this manner, according to him, will be a basis for gaining the widest support at the Parliament and the feelings among the general public will be that something will be gained by it rather than losing something.