Friday, September 22, 2006

Crvenkovski, Nimitz meet in New York

The President of the Republic of Macedonia, Branko Crvenkovski, will meet Wednesday afternoon Macedonia time with the UN negotiator in the talks with Greece over the name, Matthew Nimitz.

Crvenkovski's Cabinet announced this today, briefing about the President's activities in the course of his attendance at the 61st UN General Assembly.

No further details as to the content of the talks with Nimitz have been revealed, nor information whether Macedonian Foreign Minister Antonio Miloshoski, who also attends the General Assembly within Macedonian delegation, would join the meeting.

The press release further says that Crvenkovski is scheduled to take part today at the Global Initiative Summit hosted by the ex-US President Bill Clinton.

On Tuesday, Crvenkovski held talks with the Poland's President Lech Kaczynski.

"At the meeting, the Polish President underlined his country's commitment to continue with consistent support of EU and NATO enlargements. In that sense, Kaczynski said that Poland will stand not as an obstacle on the Macedonian way to EU an NATO, but as its supporter", Crvenkovski's Cabinet announced.

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