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BDI demands to be part of dialogue for international monitoring

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Skopje, March 25, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Naser Pajaziti

Albanian party in power BDI (Democratic Union for Integration) has demanded today to be part of the political dialogue for the solution of the crisis. This dialogue will be held in Brussels under the monitoring of the European Union.

Secretary General of BDI, Abdilaqim Ademi, said that the political situation is being closely and wisely followed by this party and this party will demand to be part of this dialogue.

“For the moment, we’re discussing the current political situation in the country and of course, this situation is considered to be ruining the political image of the country, not only on a international level, but it also risks other aspects in the country in the region. The congress will be proposed that in the second phase of the talks, BDI must be part of the dialogue which will be held under international monitoring”, declared Ademi.

The European Parliament warned the start of political dialogue next week between the two main parties, VMRO-DPMNE and SDSM, with the involvement of three MEPs such as Eduard Kukan, Rixhard Howitt and Ivo Vajgl, who is the EP rapporteur on FYROM. /ibna/

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