CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNMENT PRESENTED
Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski thanked Friday in a Parliament address outgoing Government ministers for their efforts and commitment in creating fresh standards.
"Ministers who resigned - Pero Stojanovski, Ivica Bocevski and Aco Spasenoski - have left a trace in Macedonia's political history through their work, effort, contribution, projects and results. I congratulate them and express my gratitude for their engagement", said Gruevski.
He presented the candidates for replacement of the outgoing ministers, referring to their professionalism and responsibility.
Regarding Vasko Naumovski, PhD, candidate for Vice Premier for European Affairs, PM Gruevski said he is a young man guided by the European values and principles, acquiring experiences in the EU countries, meeting authorities in the field of European law and European policy.
Candidate for Vice Premier for Economic Affairs, Vladimir Pesevski, MA, who has been director-general of SEAF South Balkan Fund for 11 years, has successfully conducted negotiations with a number of foreign investors, which has resulted in about Euro 300 million investments in several Macedonian companies.
Gruevski stressed that outgoing Vice Premier for Economic Affairs Zoran Stavreski, MA, who is now proposed for the post Vice Premier without Portfolio and Finance Minister, has shown strong capacity to manage a wide spectre of economic issues.
Outgoing director of the Skopje Cadastre Office, Nikola Todorov, candidate for Minister for Education and Science, was promoted by PM Gruevski as a young man possessing enormous doze of energy, enthusiasm and knowledge.
Pertaining to Ljupco Dimovski, candidate for Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, Gruevski said he worked for more than 25 years on economic and commercial issues, achieving significant results in these fields.