GRUEVSKI AT PLAOSNIK
Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski visited Saturday monasteries St. Kliment and St. Pantelejmon and archaeological excavations on Plaosnik, where St. Kliment's University will be restored.
- The archaeological excavations, that were kicked off 18 months ago, are progressing well. Surely, another 18 months will be needed for them to be finalised, but the Government will fund all processes necessary for restoring St. Klimet's University for which Euro 6 million will be spent, stated Gruevski.
He also visited Gradiste site, where archaeological researches are also underway.
- Construction of the Museum of Water will begin here in May or June. The Museum will become trademark of the Republic of Maceodnia, displaying the historical fact about our country, the PM said.
Answering a journalist question, Gruevski said VMRO-DPMNE's coalition with other parties had been already agreed and was due to be unveiled next week.
We're optimistic, said Gruevski, that we will gain the citizens' confidence on the grounds of what has been done in the previous year and a half, and it has been done more than planned.
- We can do much more with the concrete future 4-year program. But it's more important the confidence to be highlighted with more than 61 MPs in order to implement what we're going to promise. So far, with a number of MPs, we had serious problems in relation to implementing our projects and policy. Therefore we need bigger support, PM Gruevski noted.