Congressman Robert Aderholt: There is concern on how money was spend - we will decide for inspection at the US Embassy in Macedonia


Six congressmen send letter to the US ambassador in Macedonia, Jess Bailey expressing concerns and asking questions related to the work of the embassy, and the concerns that the embassy is involved in funding George Soros projects in Macedonia.

There is no answer from the US embassy in Macedonia till now, yet congressmen Robert Aderholt says that they are still waiting for ambassador Jess Bailey answer.

-I signed the letter with six others of my colleagues. We have heard some concerns that have voiced to us. We have visited Macedonia, and worked with different leaders in the country. There were some concerns on what our money have been spend. We have not received a respond, but if the ambassador is working on something I trust he will get to us in a time when he gets the information. Congressmen Smith has been working on lot of these issues around the world, but now he is chairman of the Helsinki commission from the US delegation and he has been very active, says Aderholt.

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