Grubi-Reka meeting: On November 14, the joint government session of North Macedonia and Albania

Grubi's meeting with Reka/Photo: MIA

The First Vice-President of the Government and Minister of Political System and Inter-Community Relations Artan Grubi met today with the Ambassador of the Republic of Albania Fatos Reka, with whom they discussed the coordination of the details of the joint meeting with the Government of the Republic of Albania, which will be held on November 14 in Skopje .

Important agreements are expected to be signed at the meeting, as states fully committed to the growth of cooperation and deepening of relations in several areas, including the economic one, which simultaneously increases the competitiveness of companies in the countries of the region.

- Capital projects between the two countries were part of the conversation at the meeting with Ambassador Reka, while Corridor 8 and the railway line as two important projects that will connect not only the Republic of North Macedonia and the Republic of Albania, but also the countries of the region were named as favorable initiatives in a time when the countries are on their way to membership in the European Union, Grubi's office informs.

Part of the talks was the implementation of the "One stop shop" project, which is expected to shorten the time of customs and border controls.

- The concept of joint border controls and simpler procedures at the border crossing leads to speeding up and simplifying the circulation at the border crossings and this initiative should be put into operation as soon as possible, the announcement says.

At the meeting, Grubi also expressed his support for the initiative of the Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama, in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe to revise Resolution 1782 to declare unfounded accusations of trafficking in human organs in the war in Kosovo, as, according to him, a strong message to Europe. for the will of an unwavering pro-Western partnership and the tireless dream of integration, but also the completely legitimate demands and national rights for Kosovo and its just war. 

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