Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski informed that a final decision will be made Wednesday on participation in the EU-Western Balkans Summit in Brussels. “In anticipation of the upcoming EU-Western Balkans summit, today we held an extraordinary meeting in the Open Balkans together with my colleagues Aleksandar Vucic and Edi Rama. We talked about the national positions of each of the countries, the regional perspectives as well as the dynamics of the European integration process. We agreed that after additional internal consultations, tomorrow morning we will make the final decision on our participation in the EU-Western Balkans Summit in Brussels,” Kovacevski announced on Facebook. The PM also noted that they discussed several topics important for the region and that they have launched an initiative for an Agency for Attracting Investments in the Open Balkans, which will enable further economic development for the region.