Deputy Prime Minister Ademi participated on the regional conference "Western Balkans Accession Reforms"
Today, Deputy Prime Minister
Ademi participated on the second regional conference on topic "EC Reports
to the countries- Western Balkans Accession Reforms" in Podgorica, which
is a continuation of the initiative which started in Macedonia in 2015.
of the conference is to exchange experiences and proposals among
representatives from countries of the Region and the European Commission on key
elements of the enlargement package.
"The enlargement remains
a priority for the Government while reports of the European Commission are the
main documents on which are based all reforms which should be
implemented," said Ademi. Also, the conference participants agreed that it
is important to confirm the European perspective for the region because it is a
major incentive for the implementation of the necessary reforms.
In terms of the new
methodology which the European Commission applies to assess the readiness of
countries in the accession process, Deputy Prime Minister Ademi noted that this
approach enables better insight to both sides,to the candidate countries and to
the EC, into the extent of readiness of each individual country as well as the
The Berlin process and agenda
for connecting as a mechanism for infrastructural connection of the region were
discussed at the conference.
Within his stay in stay in
Podgorica Ademi had a bilateral meeting with the Minister for European Affairs,
Aleksandar Andrija Pejovic, where they concluded the excellent relations
between the two countries and the strong interest to continue and deepen the
cooperation in the field of the European integration.
In this context, the positive experience of
cooperation within the framework of the joint committee Macedonia- Montenegro
was specifically mentioned.
Ademi also had a meeting with
the Ambassador Michele Giacomelli,
Special Representative of Italy to Berlin process. During the meeting
preparations for the upcoming summit in Italy was discussed and the importance
of this process to deepen the regional cooperation was emphasised.