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15th Meeting of the Joint Parliamentary Committee- Republic of Macedonia and the European Union
17:55, Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Today in the Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia was held the 15th Joint Parliamentary Committee between the Republic of Macedonia and the European Union co-chaired by Goran Milevski and Alojz Peterle, where at the first working session the State Secretary in the Secretariat for European Affairs, Kalinka Gaber had an address.

In her address, State Secretary Gaber emphasised the crucial moment in the country in terms of the Euro-Atlantic future, especially the importance of the support that we receive from our international partners, primarily the one coming from the
European Commission and the EU Member States.

In addition, she underlined that the Government has successfully responded to the challenges regarding the implementation of reforms the past period, as well as in closing the open issues with the neighbours. She briefly addressed the key results in the priority areas such as justice, reform of intelligence services, public administration reform and the fight against organised crime and corruption.

"I think that we can all be happy with the developments in the past year and a half, given that we have succeeded to bring the country back on a real and irreversible path to Euro-Atlantic integration," Gaber said.

In this context, the Government will remain focused on the reforms as in the priority areas covered by the new Plan 18, - the short-term priorities of all chapters arising from the Country's Annual Report of April 2018, as well as the mid-term priorities in the revised version of the National programme for the adoption of EU acquis 2019-2021.

"The progress achieved was also confirmed by the conclusions of the Council of the EU, which were confirmed by the European Council, which provided a clear opportunity for the start of the accession negotiations in June 2019. Consequently, we are intensively working on the establishment of the negotiating structure and the preparation for the screening process, which begins in ten days with chapter 23 - judiciary and fundamental rights "- added Gaber, emphasising that the administration has a long year accumulated experience that will be of exceptional importance in these processes.

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