The Recovery and Sustainability Plan needs to be revised, President Rumen Radev has told reporters in Brussels. He is there to take part in the European Council meeting. According to him, this is the assessment of Brussels and the caretaker government is working hard on changes in accordance with the requirements and the spirit of modernization of a European country, which are to be offered to the next regular government.
In response to a journalistic question about the actions of Belarus related to the forced landing of a plane, the President said that these actions were in absolute violation of international law.
Asked if he had information about the Turkish Stream project being built by Belarusian companies placed under sanctions with equipment diverted from European projects, he said that everything possible would be done to check these allegations.
On the occasion of the debate in the European Council on the EU's relations with Russia, he pointed out that the alarming moments and the need for dialogue must both be taken into account in the European Union's policy.
President Radev said that progress was expected at the Council meeting in the second half of June on the topic of starting negotiations for the accession of North Macedonia to the EU.