“The possibility of setting up an interim government should be part of the negotiations between the two parties,” said British Ambassador to Macedonia Charles Garrett in his interview with the Alsat M television channel.
It’s not up to me, as ambassador of Great Britain, he said, to say what the solution to this crisis is, yet clearly that particular approach is much talked about and should be raised in the course of the negotiations. Finding a solution would take a great deal of creativity, patience, hard work, a lot of compromises from both sides and of course sincerity, Mr. Garrett added.
In his view, a good start of the process would be hearing a government commentary about the contents of the revealed wiretapped conversations.
“The contents of the revealed conversations and the wiretapping itself are extremely serious issues that need serious handling. A good start would be hearing a government commentary about the contents of the revealed conversations and a good following step would be the spirit of compromise, constructiveness, and creativity from all parties involved at the meetings and discussion held in a bid to find a way out,” he said.