Fejzi Hajdari for BGNES: I am sorry that at the moment there are no healthy albanian political structures in power in North Macedonia

At the moment when Bulgaria is trying to minimize the serbian influence in Macedonia, we as albanians do not have healthy political structures that would support that process.

This, among other things, was stated by the publisher of the newspaper Lajm, Fejzi Hajdari in an interview with the bulgarian news agency Bgnes. According to Hajdari , albanian political parties in Macedonia sometimes, even more than pro-serb macedonian structures, serve Serbia's interests. "I am convinced that it should be the other way around," Hajdari said. He openly criticizes the albanian parties in North Macedonia for lack of capacity, and is convinced that Ali Ahmeti, as president of the ruling party DUI, should visit Sofia to see the reality, because he has long been surrounded by people who represent a false reality. .

"The interests of the albanians here are not only related to the Belgrade-Athens axis, but are much wider. "Ahmeti should read the real history and not only the one presented to him by false historians", Hajdari emphasized.

He urges North Macedonia to give the same importance to Corridor 8, which stretches from the Black Sea to the Adriatic, and not to favor only Corridor 10, which runs from Greece to Serbia.

"Albanian ministers run ministries that return millions of euros of European Union funding for Corridor 8," Fejzi Hajdari said in an exclusive interview with BGNES.

In the same interview, he recalled the good close relations nurtured with Bulgaria by former leader of Democratic Party of Albanians, Arben Xhaferi, urging current albanian politicians to follow suit. /BGNES