Commenting on Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani’s comments the issue of new requirements by Bulgaria, made in an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski said on Saturday that the hard times for the country were yet to come.
However, as he added, those who accepted the annex to the Good-Neighbourliness Treaty should have thought about that. Mickoski described the constitutional changes as a Pandora’s box. The bureaucrats from Brussels, too, should have thought about what North Macedonia’s politicians accept, the opposition leader assessed.
“I believe in the good intentions of our strategic friends. I believe in the good intentions of Washington, Brussels, London, Paris, Berlin, Rome, and the others, but I cannot believe in the good intentions of Sofia,” he stated.