Ivanov forced to give mandate before meeting with Putin

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Ivanov had to to give the mandate to Zaev, and he had to give it before his trip to Moscow or risk more destabilization similar to Kumanovo from the US Deep State.

President Gjorge Ivanov will make a working visit to Russia in May, said Yuri Ushakov, an aide to the Russian president.

“At the end of May,” Ushakov said, answering a reporter’s question when a meeting between President Vladimir Putin and Macedonian counterpart Ivanov are scheduled. However, he did not give an exact date.

Earlier on Wednesday, Macedonia’s embassy in Moscow told TASS that the visit would take place on May 22-24. During the visit, Ivanov is expected to be awarded the International Foundation for the Unity of Orthodox Christian Nations prize named after the late Patriarch Alexy II of Moscow and All Russia.

Ivanov’s signing of a document (that no one saw) on top of it with Zaev(?) was more of an attempt to pacify the masses. Whatever assurances Putin could or would have given Ivanov about the security of the country are now gone, as both the Army and Police will be in the hands of ethnic albanians.

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