Session for parliamentary Questions held

According to unofficial information of Telma TV, Dane Taleski will be Macedonia’s new Ambassador to NATO. At Thursday’s session for parliamentary questions, VMRO-DPMNE MP Antonio Milososki asked PM Zoran Zaev to say whether it was true there would be four new Ambassadors: Teuta Arifi to the US, Taleski to NATO, Sasko Nasev to Bulgaria and Miso Dogmanovic to Israel. The PM said half of the names were true. However, he added that the Government’s goal was to further form and complete embassies. The session also saw PM Zoran Zaev talk about measures that are expected to result in concrete effects against the air pollution level. In that regard, he mentioned the gasification process, the procurement of electric buses and means of public transport. “However, we will not stop here. The Government intends to finish its working meetings with the City of Skopje and enter a project that will enable the electric tram in Skopje, with a projected worth of around 100 million euros,” the PM said. VMRO-DPMNE MP Antonio Milososki stated that the PM had influence on the Court and the Judicial Council through a friend of his, Judge Loreta Georgieva. Zaev described those statements as manipulations. Among the other topics were the developments related to the negotiations between the Trade Union of Education, Culture and Science and the Ministry of Education and Science, the Bulgarian declaration and the Skopje-Sofia relations. During the session, Interior Minister Oliver Spasovski talked about the changes to the Internal Affairs Law.