President Stevo Pendarovski received today a delegation of the Council of American Ambassadors, which is paying a working visit to the Republic of North Macedonia.
The meeting with the members of the Council, consisting of former ambassadors of the United States of America, discussed the Macedonian-American partnership and friendship and regional issues of interest for the security and stability of the Western Balkans.
President Pendarovski informed the interlocutors about the current issues of the European integration of the country, as well as the reform processes that should be implemented in terms of the rule of law and the fight against corruption.
The interlocutors also discussed the situation in the region, as well as the security challenges in Europe, as a result of the Russian military aggression in Ukraine.
The Council of American Ambassadors is a non-profit organization with over 200 US ambassadors as members, working to support the State Department and heads of missions, sponsors scholarships to develop young leaders for careers in public diplomacy and international affairs, organizing fact-finding missions abroad and educating the public about foreign policy issues that affect the national interest.