A trilateral meeting between Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Ministers of North Macedonia and Albania, Zoran Zaev and Edi Rama, is to be held on Thursday, October 10, in Novi Sad, Serbian President’s Office said in a press release. The meeting will be held at the Petrovaradin Fortress.
Vucic announced earlier that he would discuss with the Prime Ministers of North Macedonia and Albania on the removal of barriers to the free movement of goods, people and services between the three countries.
President Vucic told that it was an “epochal idea” that is supported by the Prime Ministers of North Macedonia and Albania.
He is convinced that everyone in the region has realized that they are individually small and weak in other markets and that by establishing a single market, together they would be incomparably stronger when they appear before the world and before the EU.
“These ideas may not seem very important today, but I guarantee that we would dramatically increase the level of our investments, which is already large, it would help others too… such an environment would lift us all up. We’re open something that will give us full freedom of movement and trade in goods and services,” Vucic said./ibna