Kovacevski-Vucic: Macedonia and Serbia mutually support each other on key issues and challenges

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski this morning at the meeting in Belgrade confirmed the long-standing partnership and friendship between Macedonia and Serbia reflected through constant mutual support for key issues and challenges affecting both countries.

As the government press service announced, it was concluded at the meeting that the bilateral relations between the two countries are characterized by dynamic political dialogue at a high level, economic cooperation and trade exchange.

"At the meeting, regional initiatives were discussed, which are an opportunity for perspectives and even greater advancement of mutual cooperation. The goal of the Open Balkans and the Berlin process is regional development and faster integration into the single European market and the European Union," the announcement states.

The interlocutors also discussed the policy of enlargement of the European Union with the countries of the Western Balkans and the dynamics of the accession negotiations of North Macedonia and Serbia. The reform processes in several key areas, the building of institutional capacities as well as the development strategies implemented by the governments of both countries were emphasized.

Also, at the meeting, information was shared about the actions of the two countries within the framework of the Western Balkans, in the context of the economic, democratic and security situation in the region and Europe.

The government delegation led by Kovacevski includes the ministers of internal affairs Oliver Spasovski, for economy Kreshnik Bekteshi, for transport and communications Blagoj Bochvarski, as well as the deputy minister for information society and public administration Aleksandar Baidevski.

The visit started yesterday afternoon, and after arriving in Belgrade, Kovacevski, as he announced on Facebook, took a walk with Vucic and Prime Minister Brnabic on the quay of Sava.

PHOTO: Kovacevski arrived in Belgrade, with Vucic and Brnabic, they took a walk along Sava


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