The complexity of the situation in Macedonia, the region and beyond, in the European Union, lies a country which needs to find a fast way out of the political crisis, “using the available political and institutional capacities, to return to its pro reform course.” This was said by the Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs, Arber Ademi during today’s meeting with the US Ambassador to Macedonia, Jess Baily.

Regarding the current political situation in the country, Ademi said that Macedonia remains committed to its strategic goal for membership in NATO and the EU.

“There are no alternative thoughts on the matter… The current role and any future political leadership will work towards these strategic priorities and follow the will of the majority of citizens”, said Ademi in a statement from his cabinet, regarding the meeting with Ambassador Baily.

The Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs emphasized the importance of a strategic partnership between the US and the Republic of Macedonia, stressing their support for independence until this day, and as one of the main promoters of the country’s Euro-Atlantic structures.

“He also thanked USAID, for their continuous assistance for more than 25 years, to implement key reforms in terms of the democratization of society, economic growth and the improvements in the quality of education”, read the statement.