Dimitrieska Kocoska: Many lost their jobs, over 65% of employees receive salary below 25,000 denars

The reality in Macedonia is that over 65 percent of employees work for a monthly salary of fewer than 25 thousand denars, a huge number of citizens have lost their ...

Dimitrieska Kocoska: The government has taken us into bankruptcy, every family of four owes 2,400 euros plus interest in just one year

If in 2016 SDSM representatives said, “There is no justice when the public debt grows dizzyingly” today from this rostrum I will tell them: There is ...

Dimitrieska: Failed bond auction shows that the banks are losing trust in the Government

VMRO-DPMNE official and former Deputy Finance Minister Gordana Dimitrieska Kocoska asked the Government why is it silent on its recent failure to sell the entire ...

Dimitrieska Kochoska: In every other country, when the Minister of Finance withdraws money from a failing bank, it is huge affair demanding resignation

The statement of the State Commission for Prevention of Corruption about the role of the Minister of Finance Nina Angeloska regarding the scandal with the Euro standard ...

Dimitrieska Kochoska: In the Euro standard affair, over 20 million euros in loans have been distributed to Strumica companies close to the Government

– The collapse of Euro standard Bank, the second TAT, is affair worth about 200 million euro, as much as the assets of the bank were worth as of December 31, ...

Dimitrieska: The Government refused to discuss VMRO-DPMNE’s economic proposals

Interim Deputy Finance Minister Gordana Dimitrieska Kocoska said that the Government refused to discuss the proposals from the opposition VMRO-DPMNE party on how ...

Because we love Macedonia! Buy Macedonian products!

In her video address, Gordana Dimitrieska Kocoska sent a message to the citizens of Macedonia that in this period of economic crisis we can all help with our behavior. ...

Dimitrieska: The Government lags badly in responding to the economic blow of the epidemic

Interim Deputy Finance Minister Gordana Dimitrieska Kocoska said that dealing with the economic impact of the coronavirus epidemic is put on a back burner by the ...