Parliamentary Committee on Reconciliation holds First Meeting

The Parliamentary Committee for Integration, Reforms and Reconciliation held on Wednesday its first meeting. At the meeting, the members of the committee adopted a decision to divide it into three groups in order to accelerate the processes. This was revealed at a press conference by the committees Co-chairwoman and Vice-president of the Parliament of Macedonia Frosina Remenski at a press conference. “The three groups will focus on issues in terms of integration, reforms and reconciliation respectively. Each of these groups will have the right to consult experts, giving a rather more inclusive dimension of the entire process. Today’s meeting was held in a rather pleasant atmosphere, and we hope that the committee will inspire reconciliation among all political factors, and unite them for the greater good of Macedonia, and its integration in NATO and EU,” Remenski said, after which she once again called upon the MPs from VMRO-DPMNE to participate in the work of this committee. The other Co-chairwoman of the Committee, Emilija Aleksandrova from the independent MP group of VMRO-DPMNE expressed hope for acceleration of the processes and sooner reconciliation, and by extension, integration of Macedonia in NATO and EU. The next meeting of the Committee will be held on Friday, and PM Zoran Zaev was also invited to take part.