Wednesday, January 17, 2007

No Problems between Macedonia and Albania that can’t be Solved

Skopje. There are no problems between Macedonia and Albania that can’t be solved and the bilateral relations are a model example and contribute to the security in the region. It was the conclusion of the meeting today between Macedonia’s Foreign Minister Antonio Miloshoski and his Albanian counterpart Besnik Mustafaj, MRT reported. Miloshoski is on an official visit in Tirana. During the meeting he pointed to the importance of 2007 in terms of the cooperation and reforms within the Adriatic Charter Group before the NATO’s summit and the expected invitations for membership. Miloshoski and Mustafaj also discussed an increase in the economic cooperation. Macedonia’s Foreign Minister expressed his satisfaction with the tourism exchange between the two countries stressing that the two countries should put efforts for the infrastructure connection between AMBO oil pipeline and Corridor 8.

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