- Wednesday, July 11, 2018 6:56 PM
Skopje, 11 July 2018 (MIA) – Rejoice Macedonia! The doors for our full-fledged NATO membership are opened, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said Wednesday in regard to the decision of the Alliance’s members to invite the country to start the accession talks.
‘This afternoon NATO members states have decided to invite the Republic of Macedonia to start the accession process. Our partners and friends voiced appreciation for our staunch commitment to meet all standards,’ Zaev posted on Facebook.
Today is a great, historic day for the Republic of Macedonia, he said and promised that the incumbent government would bring more good news to citizens in the upcoming period.
Today Zaev is one of the speakers at the ‘NATO Engages’ event, which brings together current and next generation leaders to discuss international security in the 21st century. The event’s themes include defense and security, deterrence and dialogue as well as how NATO can project stability in today’s world. lk/18:56
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