Macedonian Government silent over Zaev-Tsipras conversation


Yesterday, Macedonian government spokesman Mile Bosnjakovski at a press conference in government did not specify where the negotiations are and whether there are chances of a meeting or telephone conversation between the prime ministers of Greece and Macedonia by the end of the week.

Bosnjakovski did not want to comment on VMRO-DPMNE’s Antonio Milososki’s Facebook status, who wrote that on Thursday or Friday the meeting between Zoran Zaev and Alexis Tsipras will take place at Mala Prespa.

“We are at an official press conference in the Government of the Republic of Macedonia. We shouldn’t comment on unofficial information regardless of the sources they came from, especially if they do not have credibility and legitimacy”, said Bosnjakovski.

Regarding the question, whether there will be a possible meeting or phone call between Zaev-Tsipras by the end of this week, he said the government’s attitudes remain the same, and will not respond to speculation.

“We believe this issue is extremely important, and what the Prime Minister announced earlier remains the government’s position today”, said the government spokesman.

Yesterday, Prime Minister Zaev said that it was a matter of days until a telephone conversation between him and Tsipras would take place but only if circumstances still allow it.

The Macedonian Prime Minister did not want to speculate on the acceptable proposals for the name, nor for those contained in the mediator Matthew Nimetz’s package of proposals. The process, according to him, is in its final stages and believes that the end will be successful.

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