Sunday, February 11, 2007

Macedonia and Ireland foster deep relations

Macedonian-Irish relations in the context of the European Union (EU) have been described as deep and well developed at today's meeting in Dublin between the Macedonian Deputy Minister for European Integration, Gabriela Konevska-Trajkovska, and the Irish Minister for European Affairs, Noel Tracey.

"It took 15 years for Ireland to be admitted in EU. It was not an easy road, nonetheless, today we serve as an example for successful transformation through membership in EU", Tracey said.

Macedonian Deputy Minister for European Integration, who took part at the debate on the Macedonian way to EU, explained the Government's priorities, singling out the launch of membership negotiations as the main goal.

At the renowned European Institute, Konevska-Trajkovska held talks with Academicians and diplomats, who showed high interest on the topic related to Macedonia's road to EU.

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