- Wednesday, March 07, 2018 11:31 AM
Skopje, 7 March 2018 (MIA) - Current political and economic developments were in the focus of Wednesday's meeting of Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and Belgrade-based Ambassador of Norway, Arne Bjornstad.
Zaev and Bjornstad agreed that Macedonia's perspectives lie in EU and NATO, highlighting the importance of the Government's reforms, friendship policies and solution of important issues for the purpose of reaching these objectives, the Government said in a press release.
"Domestic and foreign companies are already motivated to invest in Macedonia and open new jobs. We are implementing inclusive policies towards solutions in the interest of the state and its citizens," said PM Zaev.
Interlocutors also referred to the opportunities for Norwegian support in the achievement of European standards, as well as the importance of political stability in Macedonia and the region, leading to comprehensive progress, reads the press release. ik/11:30
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