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Osmani presents the “18 plan” to EU Ambassador Žbogar

Bujar Osmani; Photo: Government of Macedonia

SKOPJE – Macedonian Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs Bujar Osmani presented the government’s new reform plan “18” to EU Ambassador Samuel Žbogar and representatives of the EU Delegation to Macedonia, which, according to the Secretariat for European Affairs (SEA), the public will be informed after the government session.

At the beginning, Osmani expressed satisfaction with the “implementation of the “3-6-9″ plan”, in particular his valorization in one of the most positive reports for the Republic of Macedonia, which was accompanied by a clear and unconditional recommendation for negotiations by the European Commission,” read the statement from the SEA.

“The government is very determined to keep the reform agenda at the top of its priorities and after the completion of the implementation of the “3-6-9″ plan, for which the Secretariat for European Affairs undertook the duty to prepare a new reform plan for 2018, whose implementation should end with the release of the new report by the European Commission, at the beginning of next year”, said Osmani.

He emphasized that the “18” plan, which is still in its final stages, is expected to be passed at a Government session, followed by a review by experts in the public and the civil sector, who are also expected to participate in its finalization.

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