Owners of private buses in North Macedonia will close the street in front of Skopje Metropolitan Municipality to traffic due to the debts of Skopje Metropolitan Municipality to them.
Owners of private buses continue to block traffic in Skopje today, but according to the announcements, starting at 10:00 am, their buses will only block the street in front of the Town Hall.
With around 200 buses parked at these three passing points, carriers have been banned from Monday, demanding debt payments from Skopje Municipality and YSP.
Private bus owners said the reason for lifting the ban was to put more pressure on the Skopje municipality to pay off its debts.
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