In Parliament today, MPs from the opposition VMRO-DPMNE announced that they will be filing a vote of no confidence against the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikola Dimitrov.
At a press conference, Antonio Milososki said that there were more reasons for a vote of no confidence for Nikola Dimitrov. He first called the signing of the agreement with Bulgaria for good neighborly relations “hasty and harmful”. He said that with the agreement, Macedonia had not “protected its interests and had given up on the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria”.
Another reason, added Milososki, is the termination of the procedure for sending and appointing Aleksandar Nikolovski as Ambassador to Bulgaria.
“Even though Aleksandar Nikolovski has passed all the procedures, we received a conclusion from the Ministry of foreign Affairs, that the procedure had been terminated. If VMRO-DPMNE could have sent Nano Ružin to NATO as Ambassador, why can’t SDSM send Nikolovski”, said Milososki.
He cited the lack of a categorical and clear attitude towards the pressure to build camps for migrants in Macedonia.
Earlier, MPs from VMRO-DPMNE announced that they would also be filing votes of no confidence for the Minister of Labour and Social Policy, Mila Carovska and the Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy, Ljupco Nikolovski.