Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski presented over the weekend the activities that his cabinet had carried out over the past one hundred days. His account largely focused on the completed economic projects, paying little attention to the political situation in the country, Utrinski vesnik reports.
The prime minister elaborated in detail 670 projects in the fields of business, infrastructure, social affairs, investments, etc, 116 of which he said had been fully carried out as 554 were in progress.
"Over the past 100 days, we have worked very hard, while thousands of people were included in the execution of our program at all levels," he said.
The prime minister stressed that attracting foreign investments was one of the most successful policies of the Government, praised the achieved economic growth rate and highlighted the heralded increase in the public sector salaries. He also talked about the measures for subduing unemployment, the benefits for the socially vulnerable categories of citizens, and the construction of the Demir Kapija-Smokvica, Miladinovci-Stip and Kicevo-Ohrid highways, while only briefly addressing the political crisis in the wake of the April parliamentary and presidential elections, which has had an effect on the international standing of the country.