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North Macedonia’s Prime Minister Discusses Open Balkan Initiative with Vucic, Rama

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Archive / News | 26.10.22 | access_time 15:07


North Macedonia’s Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski said that during an Oct. 26 coordination meeting with the leaders of the Open Balkan Initiative, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, the focus was on the positive experiences arising from the new drive.

Kovacevski said that the Open Balkan Initiative was already giving tangible results helping citizens and businesses alike, while mobilizing the administration to support the region’s joint progress. “With good cooperation and coordination with the neighbors, the difficult winter will be easier to survive,” North Macedonia’s PM said on Facebook.

The Government of North Macedonia said that the online meeting between the three leaders ahead of the next summit of the Berlin Process early in November was held at Kovacevski’s initiative. The leaders underlined during the video conference that the Open Balkan was recognized as a positive regional initiative already providing benefits for companies and people as to the free movement of people, services and goods across Europe.

Kovacevski, Vucic and Rama agreed to share all the positive experiences related to the Initiative at the next Berlin summit. Vucic said in an Instagram post that with Rama and Kovacevski he had discussed joint preparations for the coming winter, and the next meeting within the Berlin Process.

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