Zoran Zaev’s demanding for the unconstitutional delaying of elections, and for the withdrawal of President Gjorge Ivanov’s declaration to pardon all politicians, is the reason the leader meeting in Vienna, scheduled for Friday, has been canceled. The information was published by Republika weekly.
Without further detail, it was said that the meeting is canceled. European Commissioner Johannes Hahn, along with the three MEPs Eduard Kukan, Richard Howitt, and Ivo Vajgl, were supposed to host the four Macedonian political leaders, Nikola Gruevski, Zoran Zaev, Menduh Thaci, and Ali Ahmeti, for a new round of negotiations to resolve the political crisis in the country.
Thursday morning it was announced that the ‘house of EU’ in Vienna has already started preparing the hall for the meeting for solving the political crisis in Macedonia, and unofficially the MEPs are expecting all invited to attend the leader’s meeting, which would take place even if some of them are absent.
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