On Wednesday, PM Dimitar Kovacevski said there wouldn’t be any Government reshuffle. Also, he refused to comment also on the issue of the low trust in the judiciary and Prosecutor’s Office because it was about a separate power in the country. Regarding the opposition’s questions about the new Agency for National Security Director, Zarko Milosevski, he said the services carrying out investigations should check whether he’d been involved in the cases concerning the 27 April 2017 storming of Parliament, Oleksandr Onyschenko, and the 2015 Kumanovo clashes. The PM described Milosevski as a professional that had worked and progressed in the service since 1997, adding that he had attended numerous trainings too. Kovacevski stressed that the opposition levelled accusations whenever an official was appointed.