Poland supports Macedonia’s Euroatlantic aspirations

Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski Wednesday assured his visiting Macedonian counterpart Antonio Milososki Poland’s support for Macedonia’s integration with NATO and the EU. Poland would like to share with Macedonia its experience gained with joining the two organization, Sikorski said after meeting Milososki who paid a one-day visit to Poland.

The Macedonian foreign minister assured Sikorski that his country is a reliable partner and expressed his satisfaction over Poland’s support for Macedonia’s Euroatlantic aspirations.

Sikorski stressed that Poland was a staunch supporter of stability in the Balkans and integration, especially of Macedonia, with NATO and the EU.

“We have supported Macedonian aspirations at the NATO summit in Bucharest, and we support the opening of accession negotiations with the EU,” the minister said.

He added that he hoped the coming European Council would give a green light for accession negotiations.

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