First Macedonian Minority Party Established in Serbia

On Wednesday in Novi Sad, the first Macedonian minority party was officially established in Serbia.

The Party of Macedonians of Serbia will have its headquarters in Belgrade, Dimce Bulevski, president of the party's executive committee stated for Tanjug.

He pointed out that the party will take part in the upcoming elections on April 24, but added that he is uncertain whether the party will participate independently or in a coalition.

Bulevski pointed out that there are about a 100,000 Macedonians living in Serbia at the moment.


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