Zaev meets with non-resident Ambassadors covering the Republic of Macedonia from Belgrade

Prime Minister Zaev had a meeting with non-resident ambassadors covering the Republic of Macedonia from Belgrade: Plan 3-6-9, good neighbourly policy of Macedonia and building political consensus in the interest of diplomats.

Prime Minister Zaev on the sidelines of the official visit of the Republic of Serbia had a meeting, working lunch, with non-resident ambassadors covering the Republic of Macedonia from Belgrade.

At the meeting attended by the ambassadors of Australia, Finland, Canada, Denmark, Portugal, Mexico and Angola, as well as the ambassadors of Norway and Belarus, Prime Minister Zaev informed about the implementation of the reform processes from Plan 3-6-9, as well the priorities of these projects aimed at restoring democratic institutions and processes in the country, which are expected to bring new dynamics of Euro-Atlantic aspirations to our country.

The President of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia in the conversation with the ambassadors also kept on the current initiatives of the Republic of Macedonia regarding the building of good neighbourly relations. In that direction, Prime Minister Zaev expressed his satisfaction with the visit of the Republic of Macedonia and conveyed to the ambassadors the positive experiences from the signed agreement on friendship, good neighbourly relations and cooperation with the Republic of Bulgaria.

Prime Minister Zaev introduced diplomats and reaffirmation of talks with Greece, and expressed confidence that the tendencies show a willingness to seek solutions.

On this issue, as well as on the issues of strategic interest of the Republic of Macedonia, we intensify a process by which we want to reach consensus with all political factors in the country, including the opposition, Prime Minister Zaev said at the meeting with non-resident ambassadors covering the Republic of Macedonia from Belgrade.

Source: Government Media Centre.

 

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