- Friday, February 02, 2018 2:00 PM
Pristina, 2 February 2018 (MIA) - Defense Minister Radmila Sekerinska met Friday in Pristina with Minister of the Kosovo Security Force, Rustem Berisha, agreeing on cooperation in the field of officers' training.
"I expect the signing of the cooperation plan in 2018. NATO accession and good neighborly relations are the Macedonian Government's priorities. Regarding Kosovo's accession to the Alliance, we support the position of the international community. The region's sensitivity needs to be taken into account," said Sekerinska at the joint press conference.
She said Macedonia supported EU's stance regarding the transformation of the Kosovo Security Force into an army.
"Our cooperation is strong in the field of military education and we are planning to confirm this through the signing of the cooperation plan in February," added Sekerinska.
Kosovo minister Berisha said the meeting focused on the common objectives and achievements of both countries. ik/13:58
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