Athens, 19 August 2020 (MIA) – SDSM and DUI leaders, Zoran Zaev and Ali Ahmeti reached an agreement on the new coalition government following the July 15 parliamentary elections in North Macedonia, Greek news agency ANA-MPA reported.
The news article referring to agreement on new coalition government in the country has been cited by nearly all online media outlets in Greece, MIA’s Athens correspondent reported.
“North Macedonia: Zoran Zaev Remains Prime Minister”; “North Macedonia: Agreement on Forming a Government”; “Skopje: Agreement between Zaev and Ahmeti”; “Zaev and Ahmeti reach agreement to form a government in North Macedonia”; “North Macedonia: Zaev agreed with Ahmeti”, are some of the headlines in the online editions of the Greek media.
“The head of the new government will be Zoran Zaev, with the exception of the last 100 days of the government mandate, when the prime minister will be taken over by a person proposed by Ali Ahmeti’s party” ANA-MPA writes, citing statements of the SDSM leader.
“After reaching agreement with Ali Ahmeti, Zoran Zaev said that priorities of the new government will be tackling corruption and implementing the reforms necessary for the country’s European path, as well as addressing the health and economic crisis triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic,” news agency writes, adding that the new government “will have a small majority in the new parliament.”