06/27/2017 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 06/28/2017 00:58
The government has been working on the urgent reform priorities that will open Macedonia's path to joining the Euro-Atlantic institutions, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev told to Dutch Ambassador Wouter Plomp on Tuesday.
The new government, Zaev said, is demonstrating responsible approach to meeting the citizens' problems, which should enable Macedonia to obtain 'clean' recommendation for launching the EU accession talks and open door for NATO membership.
Plomp commended the activities of the new government in the first month since its establishment, saying that its working method opens the prospects of Macedonia and its citizens.
Plomp handed over a note of congratulations of Dutch PM Mark Rutte to Zaev on the PM's post. The Dutch PM also commended the election of new Macedonia's government and its reform-orientation.