Zaev and Brnabić have scheduled a joint government session for February or March


       
Belgrade, 21 November, 2017 - 13:27 (META) 

At today’s meeting, in Belgrade, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić agreed that the governments of Macedonia and Serbia would hold a joint session at the end of February or at the beginning of March.

At the plenary meeting, the delegations of the two countries discussed intensifying about some of the joint projects and also regarding the project cooperation for completion of Corridor 10, construction of the Budapest-Belgrade-Skopje railroad, and Vranje-Kumanovo gas connection, as well.

According to the government pres service, Zaev pointed out that the economic cooperation in the investments area could be deepened, as well as the support for business initiatives in information technologies, innovative companies, technology parks and innovative technologies.

According to him, cooperation in digitalization has the potential to facilitate customs formalities, roaming-communication and greatly make the connections easier between the two economies, businesses and other projects.

The two leaders discussed co-operation between the two interior ministries, for joint border control and tackling migrant processes, as well as progress within the communities of Serbs and Macedonians in the Republic of Macedonia and in the Republic of Serbia.

After the meeting, the Serbian Prime Minister pointed out that Zaev’s visit is important for the whole region.

“Regional cooperation and regional integration is very important, because without peace and stability in the region there is no European integration in the Western Balkans”, said Brnabić, adding that several important agreements will be signed at the joint government session.

According to Brnabić, the visit of the Macedonian Prime Minister is a good sign, which speaks that all mutual open issues could be solved through dialogue.