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The European Commission closely monitors the political developments in Macedonia and crisis between the coalition partners in the government which can lead to new early elections in the country. Sources from the Office of the EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule underline that they hope political leaders in Macedonia will find solution to the crisis, emphasising the latest calmed tones by government partners as a positive signal.
Certainly that we are interested in and we are monitoring everything that is happening in Macedonia, Michael Mann, Spokesman at European Commission, said answering question of MIA correspondent on his assessment about the political situation in the country.
Sources from the Office of the EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule confirmed that EU Commissioner Fule will meet with President Gjorge Ivanov next week and one of the issues that will be discussed will certainly be crisis in the government coalition and chance of new early elections in Macedonia.
We hope that political leaders will find a positive solution to the problem which is in the interest to the people and to country’s European integration process, sources from Fule’s Office said.