The life-size figures were made in Russia and will be presented alongside those of Byzantine Emperor Justinian, Perseus, the legendary founder of Mycenae and Czar Samuel.
"All these artifacts are invaluable for our country. They mark our culture tirelessly conserving our past and in the most beautiful way possible affirm Macedonia. Such cultural heritage represents one of the foundations of sustainable development and can be a useful tool to encourage intercultural dialogue and promoting social cohesion as well as shaping of our identity as a people and country," Gruevski said in a speech.
The prime minister said investing in cultural heritage contributes to economic growth atrracting tourism.
"I believe that the contents and the value of the museum as well as its location in one of the most impressive buildings by the main square and along the River Vardar will be an incentive for the museum to be visited by many domestic and foreign guests. It will undoubtedly be a great addition to the tourist offer of Skopje and Macedonia," he added.
Gruevski, who was joined by Culture Minister Elisabeta Kanceska-Milevska, also said the next step is the opening of the museum of the "Macedonian refugees from the Greek Civil War."
The displays also include 83 paintings, video-animations, ambience displays, mosaics, reconstruction of neolith buildings.
The new museum holds more than 6,000 artifacts from all historic periods, beginning from prehistoric times up to the Middle Ages, displayed at 6,000 sqm over three floors.
According to the ministry of culture, the construction cost 27 million euros.
Note by the Macedonian League: this latest provocation is in violation of the Interim Accord.