In a meeting held last night, FYROM’s government has decided to hold joint meetings with the governments of Bulgaria and Albania.
According to the cabinet, there will be joint meetings with the two neighboring countries with the aim of intensifying cross neighboring relations and launch projects which have a mutual interest. On 23 November, the government of FYROM will hold a meeting with the government of Bulgaria, while the meeting with the government of Albania will be held on 2 December.
Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov, has declared in prior visits held to Tirana that there are no pending issues between the two countries and that both countries are committed in their path toward Euro-Atlantic integration. Dimitrov also underlined that the governments of Skopje and Tirana have pledged that they will focus on concrete projects affecting both countries. /balkaneu.com/