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American investors are welcome in Macedonia, says Deputy PM Angjusev in Washington

American investors are welcome in Macedonia, says Deputy PM Angjusev in Washington

Skopje, 14 November 2017 (MIA) - American investors are welcome to invest in Macedonia as the government is taking all the necessary measures to establish a stable and favorable business climate, Koco Angjusev has said.

The Deputy PM for economic affairs is in Washington where he met with US Senator Christopher Murphy. \

Angjusev in the US capital will be attending the Transatlantic Economic Forum entitled Building Bridges Across the Mediterranean.

Angjusev at the meeting informed Senator Murphy about the reform activities of the government of Macedonia saying it was strongly committed to boosting its efforts for integrating into Euro-Atlantic structures as soon as possible, his cabinet said Tuesday.

"Rule of law is a precondition to attract foreign capital. From day one after assuming office, the government has been taking all the necessary steps to guarantee stable and favorable business climate. American investors are welcome to invest in Macedonia," the Deputy Premier stressed.

The government of Macedonia, he noted, is fully focused on restoring the citizens' trust in the institutions and the country's future lies in NATO and EU membership.

Senator Christopher Murphy is a respected member of the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, who has acquired extensive knowledge about the region of Southeast Europe.

The United States, Murphy said, supports the reform processes of Macedonia. It's in Washington's interest to have a stable and secure region that is fully integrated into NATO and the EU, he noted.

Thanking the US Senator for supporting the strategic priorities of the government of Macedonia, Deputy PM Angjusev said he expected the US to continue to help the country fully integrate into NATO.

The Macedonian Deputy Premier is expected at the Transatlantic Economic Forum to address a debate on “Macedonia: Turning New Page”. ba/13:18


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