SKOPJE – Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev accompanied by Deputy Prime Ministers Bujar Osmani and Radmila Šekerinska met with ambassadors of member states of the European Union Friday in the government building. He stressed that for a better future of the country and its citizens, the government will cooperate with the opposition, with the president and civil societies, Meta reports.
The meeting was held three days before Zaev’s official visit to Brussels where he will be holding meetings with European Commissioners Federica Mogherini and Johannes Hahn, as well as with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
“We are committed to defining a short-term and medium-term agenda for the urgent reform priorities. We will talk with Commissioner Hahn in Brussels on the matter. Euro-Atlantic integration is a strategic goal for Macedonia to acquire democratic institutions”, said the Prime Minister to the ambassadors, stated the government.
At the meeting, key areas that require urgent reforms, together with the judiciary, the media, securing professional institutions and the functionality of Parliament.
At the meeting, Zaev again emphasized that they are ready to cooperate with the opposition and the president, as well as the civil sector, for joint contribution to the development of Macedonia and ensuring quaility of life for all citizens.