The Deputy PM for European Affairs Bujar Osmani and the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Dimitrov paid on Tuesday an official visit to the Kingdom of Denmark. In Copenhagen, Osmani and Dimitrov met the Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs Jeppe Kofod and Vibeke Pasternak Jorgensen, the Advisor to the Danish PM on European Affairs. Osmani and Dimitrov introduced their hosts to the ongoing political events in Macedonia, the processes for integration of the country in NATO and EU, and also about the developments related to the “Racketeering” case. “The confirmation and recognition of the successes of our country would represent a well-deserved praise and invitation for us to start the road towards EU membership,” Dimitrov said. In line with Dimitrov’s statement, Osmani said that the Macedonian government is focused on implementation of reforms in crucial areas. “We remain dedicated to the reform implementation agenda, and we intend to provide positive results in the period to come, thus solidifying our positions for integration in EU,” Osmani underlined. Discussing the “Racketeering” case and the process for adoption of the new Draft-law on Public Prosecution, Osmani and Dimitrov reaffirmed the governmental support for independent and transparent functioning of judicial institutions in Macedonia, both of them expressing hope that the draft-law will be adopted soon.