Tuesday, July 25, 2006

International Community Urges DUI Leader to Avoid Violence

Skopje. On behalf of the international community unknown diplomats called on the parties in Macedonia to refrain from violence and continue the constructive talks refering to the Democratic Union for Integration (DUI), Macedonian newspaper Vecer reports.
The political forces, which are not going to take part in the government, are expected to play a positive role as opposition, the latest international community message to DUI says.
Only Macedonia’s President Branko Crvenkovski is still keeping aloof from the events after Ali Ahmeti’s party DUI threatened that if it doesn’t enter the government it will resort to the use of Kalashnikovs.

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