Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and Vice Prime Minister for European Affairs, Bujar Osmani attended audience that was organized by the Prime Minister of Great Britain in honor of the heads of the governments of countries from the Western Balkans.

The government’s press service informs that May and the British Minister of Foreign Affairs, Boris Johnson, at a separate meeting with Zaev and Osmani, have expressed a special interest in the implementation of the reforms in Macedonia including the good neighborly relations and the projects for regional cooperation.

Zaev also briefed them about the government’s latest activities regarding the Euro-Atlantic integration processes and has stressed that he expects that our country will receive a recommendation for starting the EU accession negotiations and has also informed them about Macedonia’s expectations to be NATO’s 30th country member in 2018.

May and Johnson have expressed a strong support for Macedonia in its aspirations for a NATO and EU memberships.