- Friday, February 09, 2018 8:57 PM
Skopje, 9 February 2018 (MIA) - Delegations of the Macedonian and Greek Ministries of Foreign Affairs held Friday in Skopje the seventh round of consultations - part of the efforts for confidence building measures between the two countries.
The gathering was a continuation of the friendly and constructive dialogue on different areas of common interest in support of the efforts of the governments of both countries to create a favorable political climate for the bilateral relations, Macedonia's MoFA said in a press release.
Experts from relevant national institutions also contributed to the fruitful and productive discussions.
The agreed areas of cooperation included connectivity projects, police cooperation, European programs, culture, education, civil protection, public administration, health, Diplomatic Academies' cooperation and launching business initiatives. Cooperation was initiated in the field of seismology, and MoU on cooperation in civil protection was initialed.
The next round of bilateral consultations with take place in Athens. lk/20:50
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