Government Delegation Participates in NATO Summit

On Monday, PM Zoran Zaev, accompanied by Defence Minister Radmila Sekerinska and
Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani, participated in the NATO Summit, the first since North
Macedonia’s full-fledged membership. “Today, we are here to reaffirm our unity,
cohesion, and solidarity. We will also address future challenges and together make
strategic-level decisions for further adaption in NATO. We share same values, we stand
shoulder to shoulder with our Allies, and are fully committed to our collective security
because we are NATO. We are stronger together,” the PM said. According to NATO
Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, the admission of new members from the Western
Balkans in the last several years proves that the Alliance’s door is open. In the frames of
his activities in Brussels, the PM held a meeting with Rumen Radev. The Bulgarian
President underlined, as it was said, the principled and continued support for Skopje’s
future in the EU, as well as the expectation of his country for direct and active political
dialogue through which the open issues in the relations will be resolved.