Macedonia, Montenegro reaffirm commitment to EU, NATO bids

Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and visiting Montenegrin counterpart Milo Djukanovic reaffirmed on Friday (October 22nd) friendly relations between their countries and voiced Skopje’s and Podgorica’s commitment to European and Euro-Atlantic integration. Djukanovic voiced hope that Macedonia and Greece will find soon a solution to their name dispute, as the issue is important to regional stability. Gruevski, in turn, said his government is working to find a solution, adding all such issues in the region should be resolved through dialogue, understanding and co-operation. Several agreements concerning co-operation in the fields of social insurance, education, technological development and economic ties were signed during Djukanovic’s visit.

Check Also

Five Things Kosovo Must Know Before Doing a Deal with Serbia

Following the election of the new government in Kosovo, the US special presidential envoy for …