Owners of private buses in North Macedonia close important streets in the city to traffic because of the debts of Skopje Metropolitan Municipality to them.
For the third day in a row, owners of private buses continue their protests, closing several major traffic points in the capital.
According to their previous statements, they will not remove the buses until the specific conditions for debt repayment that they demanded from the Skopje municipality are met.
Skopje Metropolitan officials announced today that a new public announcement will be made for owners of private buses on lines 20 and 22.
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