- Tuesday, March 06, 2018 6:00 PM
Skopje, 6 March 2018 (MIA) - Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Dimitrov held Tuesday a meeting in Skopje with UN Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Miroslav Jenca to discuss Macedonia's foreign policy with its neighbors and the progress made in implementing the reform-oriented agenda of the government.
Minister Dimitrov presented the measures Macedonia has been taking to improve its good neighborliness policy, which have been reflected through the friendship treaty with Bulgaria and the reactivation of negotiations with Greece to settle differences over the name, the Foreign Ministry (MoFA) said in a press release.
Macedonia, he said, deeply appreciates the engagement of the UN special envoy, Matthew Nimetz, within the process. At the same time, Dimitrov informed his interlocutor about the current initiatives and reforms of the government as regards its home affairs.
The UN Assistant Secretary General praised the positive development of the good neighborliness policy as well as the tangible results of the government's 3-6-9 Plan.
The UN, Jenca said, with due attention and serious commitment is treating the issue for settling differences over the name.
Furthermore, the interlocutors shared views about key matters within the UN, implementation of the 2030 Agenda goals, the significance of multilateral actions in addressing global challenges, etc. ba/17:59
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