The PM of Macedonia Zoran Zaev revealed on Sunday the list of names of new ministers in the government which are part of the cabinet reshuffle he announced during the campaign for the 2nd round of the presidential election held in April. Zaev revealed that he officially submitted the suggestions for the new Ministers to the Macedonian Parliament, which is expected to discuss the changes on Wednesday. According to the list published by Zaev, the PM will also manage the Ministry of Finance, replacing the current Fin Min Dragan Tevdovski. Trajan Dimkovski is to replace Ljupco Nikolovski as Agriculture Minister, Husni Ismaili is to be the new Culture Minister, Goran Milevski is to be new Minister of Local Self-government in the place of Suhejl Fazliu, Naser Nuredini is to replace Sadula Duraki on the position of Minister of Environment, while Duraki will be moved to the position of Minister for Political System and Inter-ethnic Relations, which was previously known as the Secretariat for Implementation of the Ohrid Framework Agreement and managed by Vice-PM Hazbi Lika. PM Zaev thanked Nikolovski, Tevdovski, Fazliu and Lika for their service in the past years.