President Stevo Pendarovski, as part of his working visit to the Republic of Kosovo, met today in Pristina with Kosovo Prime Minister, Albin Kurti.
The meeting discussed the overall cooperation between the two countries and it was assessed that the two countries maintain positive and constructive bilateral relations and cooperation, with open dialogue at all levels, and readiness was expressed for their advancement in all spheres of mutual interest.
At the meeting, opinions and information were exchanged about the current situation in the region, including the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue. In that context, President Pendarovski emphasized that in conditions of multiple crises and security challenges at the global level, finding solutions to open issues through dialogue and mutual understanding is of great importance for the stability of the Western Balkans.
President Pendarovski reaffirmed his support for Kosovo’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations, pointing out that as a member of NATO, North Macedonia supports the Alliance’s open door policy and makes an active contribution to supporting peace in Kosovo through participation in the KFOR mission.