Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs, Bujar Osmani expects the most positive report for Macedonia from the European Commission, which will be followed by a clear and unconditional recommendation for the start of Macedonia’s EU accession talks.

He said at a government conference, that this will be the best confirmation that Macedonia is back on the European track.

“Of course, this does not mean that the reforms will come to a stop after the report, on the contrary, the reform process will continue, and finally, we expect all this effort to result in a decision from the EU Council regarding the start of the negotiations in June, and, according to the Enlargement Strategy, to join in 2025 for full membership in the European Union”, Osmani said before the presentation of the “3-6-9” plan to ambassadors from EU member states in Macedonia.

In the official hall of the Government, Deputy Prime Minister Bujar Osmani, Minister of Defense Radmila Šekerinska, Minister of Interior Oliver Spasovski, Minister of Justice Bilen Saliji and Minister of Information Society and Administration Damjan Mancevski, held a presentation on the status of the implementation of the “3-6-9 ” plan in front of ambassadors.