DPMNE Leader Gruevski Meeting with Orban and Jansa


VMRO-DPMNE leader Nikola Gruevski welcomed Thursday in Ohrid the Hungarian Prime Minister and Fidesz leader, Viktor Orban, as well as former Slovenian president, now leader of the Slovenian Democratic Party, Janez Jansa. 

As soon as VMRO-DPMNE published the list of candidates, criminal charges have been brought almost against all of them, Gruevski said. Orban said that according to latest NATO reports, 60 million people from Africa are expected to use the so-called Balkan route on their way to Europe. 

Jansa voiced support for Macedonia's accession to the European Union, saying that the country made substantial progress to that effect under Gruevski's leadership.

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