- Friday, October 06, 2017 11:35 PM
Skopje, 6 October 2017 (MIA) – There is no other alternative for the Republic of Macedonia but for the two largest communities – Albanians and Macedonians – to cooperate in favor of the country’s future, DUI leader Ali Ahmeti said late Friday at the party’s rally in Skopje municipality Saraj.
Macedonia must look forward to the future, namely towards the EU and NATO membership.
DUI has reached a partnership agreement with SDSM on central and local level, which is step in service of the country’s future, Ahmeti said.
‘Therefore, I ask you to support SDSM candidate for Skopje mayor Petre Silegov as SDSM supports DUI in Cair, Tetovo, Gostivar and Kicevo. The mutual support is also valid for the second round of the local elections’, Ahmeti said.
DUI’s candidate for Saraj mayor Blerim Bexheti presented the projects he was planning to realize in this municipality in the spheres of economy, infrastructure, health care, culture, sports and environment. lk/23:34
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