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Balkans

START OF NEGOTIATIONS 18. 04. 2018.   >>  17:29 0

START OF NEGOTIATIONS

Macedonia and Albania satisfied with the EC recommendation

Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said today that Macedonia, after the clear recommendation, is stepping closer to the EU and stressed that the country wants to quickly resolve the dispute with Greece over the name.

At the press conference, Zaev said that "this is one of the days when the citizens of Macedonia should be proud," stressing that the recommendation of the European Commission is "crystal clear and without conditions", which means allowing the start of negotiations for EU membership.

 "We do not stop here, we are strongly convinced that this is a favorable wind in the back to continue forward. We want to solve the problem that Greece has with our constitutional name in the shortest time possible, with the aim of getting NATO invitation in June," said Macedonian prime minister in the presence of the ministers from his cabinet.

In the previous two reports, due to the deep political crisis and "captured state", the recommendation for the start of negotiations was suspended and conditioned by fair and democratic elections in 2016 and by implementation of urgent reform priorities.

Rama: Entering new, difficult stage

Albania also welcomed the recommendations of the European Commission to launch membership negotiations, while acknowledging that the country faces problems on this path.

Prime Minister Edi Rama said the commission has helped bring the small Western Balkan countries to the "intersection between the past and the future," the AP reports.

At press conference, Rama said that opening membership talks means "entering a new difficult stage of reforms and strengthening the fight against crime and corruption."

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