Vice PM Osmani Meets Dutch Ambassador Plomp

Vice-Premier for European Affairs Bujar Osmani and Dutch Ambassador to Macedonia Wouter Plomp discussed Monday the activities for preparing the country to start the EU accession talks and new developments related to the upcoming referendum on the (name) agreement with Greece. “We (the government) have been working intensively on preparing the team for starting the (EU) accession talks, while keeping the focus on the reforms that will deliver concrete and visible results in the judiciary, security services and public administration in the next period,” Osmani said. Osmani also briefed the ambassador about the preparations for the (name) referendum, as well as obtaining support for implementing the undertaken obligations deriving from international agreements, especially the deal on settling the name dispute with Greece, the Secretariat for European Affairs said in a press release.

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