The leaders of the "Open Balkans" reaffirm their commitment to open borders, free movement of goods, capital and labor between friendly countries, wrote the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy, Ljupco Nikolovski on his Facebook profile. on the occasion of the two-day Summit held today and yesterday in Ohrid.
Joint cooperation and mutual support, Nikolovski said, are already yielding the first results.
"This is a motive to continue the further strengthening of this initiative, opening the doors for other Balkan countries to join it," Nikolovski wrote.
He emphasizes that the "Open Balkans" initiative is a sustainable and developed region, which improves the lives of citizens in all areas.
The "Open Balkans" summit ended this afternoon, attended by the Prime Ministers of Northern Macedonia, Albania and Montenegro, Dimitar Kovacevski, Edi Rama and Dritan Abazovic, as well as the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, the Speaker of the Bosnian Council of Ministers, and Herzegovina, Zoran Tegeltija and EU Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi.
The leaders sent the message that it is in the interest of all citizens of the region to cooperate for greater economic development and the achievement of European integration.