- Wednesday, December 20, 2017 6:50 PM
Skopje, 20 December 2017 (MIA) - Slovenian experiences are exceptionally beneficial for Macedonia in its European and Euro-Atlantic integration process, agreed Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and former Slovenian PM Anton Rop on Wednesday.
Zaev and Rop referred to Slovenia's experiences in the EU and NATO accession and integration process. They also highlighted Macedonia's progress in the field of international affairs and integration, the Government said in a press release.
PM Zaev added that Slovenia's support to Macedonia's integration and reform process is of exceptional significance.
Interlocutors reviewed possibilities for enhancement of bilateral cooperation in many areas, including more efficient use of European funds, simplified procedures in drafting project documents, as well as the efficient use of favorable credit lines from international financial institutions, reads the press release. ik/18:48
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