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Thursday, April 19, 2018, 

Vice Premier Osmani meets key institutions in Euro-integration process

Vice Premier Osmani meets key institutions in Euro-integration process

Skopje, 16 June 2017 (MIA) - Based on the Government's commitment for revival of the European integration process, Vice Premier for European Affairs Bujar Osmani has launched a cycle of meetings with key institutions, aimed at defining the specific activities and dynamics in the implementation of reforms.

Vice Premier Osmani met with Justice Minister Bilen Saliji over reforms in the judiciary and fight against corruption; the meeting with State Election Commission president Aleksandar Cicakovski focused on the activities related to electoral reforms, resulting from the OSCE/ODIHR recommendations; and meeting with Minister of Information Society and Administration Damjan Mancevski tackled the required reforms in the public administration and media, the Secretariat for European Affairs said in a press release.

On Thursday, Osmani also met with Minister of Interior Oliver Spasovski regarding areas in his jurisdiction.

Vice Premier Osmani is to intensify meetings with all stakeholders in the coming period, towards securing effective and sustainable progress in the implementation of reforms. The Secretariat remains committed to the Euro-integration process, whereas future meetings will involve working groups including experts from key institutions, reads the press release. ik/18:29


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