PM Zoran Zaev received Monday the “Human Rights Award” for 2020 of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. “I see this award as a recognition of my visions and policies for life for all, and establishment of a society equal for all. I started my political career in a time when my country, from being leader in the region in the Euro-Atlantic integration processes, became a rather dark land owned by a handful of potentates, who created a society closed for progress. This is why in 2016 we took it to the streets. All people were united in the resistance against the autocracy. We faced numerous tough challenges, but ultimately, we managed to return our country back on track towards NATO and EU. We also work on overcoming of our differences with our neighbours, hence the Prespa Agreement and the Good-neighbourliness Agreement,” Zaev said.