On Monday, the interior ministers of the EU member states failed to agree on a plan to relocate 120,000 refugees throughout the bloc on an equitable basis.
"It is up to the European Union to find the final solution, and it must show the solidarity with the people and solidarity with the countries which are facing this problem, countries that are on the road of the refugees who try to reach European countries. It must show that the European Union is humane and this solution must reflect the European principles," Ivo Kotevski said.
In recent days, countries such as Germany, Austria and Hungary have been introducing border controls and sending extra forces to their frontiers to control the situation with migrants.
In August, Macedonia declared a state of emergency over the crisis with refugees who pass through the country in a bid to reach more prosperous EU member states like Germany as their final destination.