360 Degrees: Macedonia

In light of the recent visits of the Director-General for European cooperation of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Robert de Groot, the newly appointed Special Envoy of Germany to Macedonia, Johannes Haindl, and the Deputy Assistant Secretary, Hoyt Yee to Skopje, Hague Institute Distinguished Fellow Dimitrov took part in the TV debate “360 Degrees” on TV Alsat discussing the role of the European Union and the United States in the Macedonian crisis. He underlined that their loud calls to rescind the blanket pardons and work inclusively on meeting the conditions for free and  fair elections and rule of law reforms fell on deaf ears. The TV debate, available in the Macedonian language with Albanian subtitles, can be watched here.

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