North Macedonia’s Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs Bojan Maricic said it is important for citizens to know the facts about joining the EU.
In an interview with the Institute for Media and Analytics – IMA, Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs Bojan Maricic said, “It is important for citizens to know the facts about how everyday life will change for the better when a country enters the European Union, and the more news reporters are involved in the accession process, the more disinformation will be generated.” They get it. And there will be less room for manipulation.” Use phrases.
Pointing out that the EU accession process is a complex and long-term process with many details and that this situation has been exposed to disinformation, Maric said: “We are not the first country to fight disinformation in the EU accession process. But unfortunately we also have more difficult issues , isn’t it, about identity, about our constitution, our legal system, the way the country works. That’s why it’s so sensitive to disinformation, that’s why it’s so hard to fight it.” He rated it.
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