Austrian President Van der Bellen, visiting Macedonia, will also address the deputies
Austrian President Alexander van der Bellen, at the invitation of President Stevo Pendarovski, is on an official visit to Macedonia and today he will begin the working part of the visit, and in addition to his host, he will also have meetings with the Speaker of the Parliament Talat Xhaferi and Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski. .
Van der Bellen, according to the announcements, will be welcomed with the highest state and military honors at an official ceremony in Villa "Vodno", after which a face-to-face meeting of the two presidents and a plenary meeting of the delegations of North Macedonia and Austria will follow. His address at a solemn session in the Macedonian Assembly is also planned.
According to the agenda for the visit, the two presidents should address the Macedonian-Austrian economic forum "Strengthening business relations between North Macedonia and Austria", and President Van der Bellen and President Pendarovski are scheduled to attend the church "St. Spas" in Skopje to lay wreaths on the grave of Gotse Delchev.
Austrian President Van der Bellen started his stay in the Republic of North Macedonia yesterday with a visit to Ohrid, after which, accompanied by the Minister of Culture Bisera Kostadinovska-Stojchevska, he visited the Old Skopje Bazaar last night.
The photos from the walk were published by Minister Kostadinovska-Stojchevska on her Facebook profile, where she wrote that "St. Spas" in Skopje, the Murat Pasha Mosque, the Old Skopje Bazaar, the Gallery of Daut Pasha's hammam with all its beauty, are part of traditional values, and the contemporary Macedonian culture with which the President of Austria, Alexander Van der Bellen, his wife and the high Austrian delegation got to know in our country.
"During the short walk, the Austrian president had the opportunity to get acquainted with several segments of the historical past and cultural-historical monuments built over the centuries around this part of the city," the Ministry of Culture said.
Kostadinovska-Stojchevska and Van der Belen also visited Capan an, and the guest from Austria got acquainted with the birthplace of Mother Teresa and with the contribution of our country in nurturing the universal human values that this saint stood for. The delegation was also informed about the history of the Stone Bridge, and visited Daut Pasha's hammam, where they got acquainted with some of the Macedonian contemporary art.