ACCUSATIONS AGAINST REPORTERS
Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski continued throwing accusations against some of the reporters from Brussels, asking them where did they get "the false information" about the content of the European Council's conclusions.
"My reactions in the interview were motivated by the interests of the country and citizens," Gruevski says in his media statement released today.
Nevertheless, he expresses regrets in case he hurt the feelings of the journalists who fulfill their duties honorably and professionally.
In the interview given to the state-run agency MIA last weekend, PM Gruevski accused part of the reporters from Brussels of deliberately painting a negative picture about Macedonia by reporting that the European Council voiced objections about the Macedonian elections. According to Gruevski, no remarks of such a nature were included in the final conclusions.