SDS leader Zoran Zaev met Monday with DPA leader Menduh Thaci for talks on reform implementation as regards the country’s EU accession process.
In view of the interests of all citizens, the interlocutors acknowledged the importance of reforms and Macedonia’s geo-strategic interest to join NATO as a full-fledged member and to be given a date for start of EU negotiations, the government’s press service said.
“Zoran Zaev has invited DPA to engage in the reform process by integrating their positions in the processes to come. PM Zoran Zaev and DPA leader Menduh Thaci concurred that the interests of the citizens of the Republic of Macedonia deserved support from the opposition party,” read the press release.
To that end, DPA’s Thaci said his party would act as a constructive opposition that supported public interest and reform processes all the while being critical of those policies whose implementation was deemed inappropriate, stated the press release.