Mutsunski-Varheji: Macedonia is committed to reforms

Timcho Mucunski Mayor of the Airport / Photo: "Free Press" / Dragan Mitreski

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Timcho Mutsunski, said at today's meeting with the European Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement, Oliver Varheyi, that the government is committed to reforms.

Mutsunski announced on Facebook that during the meeting with Varheyi, he emphasized that the EU enlargement policy is the best tool for encouraging the reform and democratic processes, but at the same time it is also a key geostrategic investment in peace, stability and economic development of the countries of the region, as well as Europe. as a whole.

At the meeting, we also exchanged opinions on the EU Growth Plan, evaluating it as strong support from the EU for the economic strengthening of the countries of the Western Balkans, encouraging regional cooperation, but also bringing the countries of the region closer to the EU and before formal membership. states Mutsunkci, who today in Luxembourg participated in the meeting of the heads of diplomacy of the EU members and the countries of the Western Balkans, which was held within the framework of the European Council for Foreign Affairs (FAC).

Varheyi, on the other hand, wrote on Platform X that he congratulated Mutsunski on his appointment as Minister of Foreign Affairs and that at the meeting they discussed "the importance of the Reform Agenda and the next steps related to the opening phase of the accession negotiations".

Earlier today, Varheji also congratulated Prime Minister Hristijan Mickoski and the Government on the occasion of their election.

Congratulations to Prime Minister Mickoski and members of the new Government! I look forward to working quickly with you to advance Macedonia's European path, said Varheji in a congratulatory message published on H.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Timcho Mutsusnki, is leaving from Luxembourg for Brussels, where tomorrow he will meet the Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, and then he will have meetings with senior representatives of the European Union.

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