The “Open Balkans” summit, the 4 agreements signed between Albania, Serbia and North Macedonia

schedule13:31 - 2 Shtator, 2022

schedule 13:31 - 2 Shtator, 2022

At the next Summit for the open Balkans that took place today in Belgrade, Serbia with the participation of the leaders of the partner countries of the initiative, Albania, Serbia, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina, as well as with the participation with the status of guests of Turkey and Hungary, several important cooperation agreements were signed between the founding countries of the Initiative, Albania, Serbia and North Macedonia:

1-Agreement on food security between the Republic of Serbia, the Republic of Albania and the Republic of North Macedonia. (The agreement was signed by the ministers of agriculture of the respective countries).

2-Memorandum of Understanding in the field of cinematography and audiovisual activities in the Western Balkans. (The agreement was signed by the ministers of culture of the respective countries).

3-Agreement on cooperation in the field of mining and Energy. (The agreement was signed by the Ministers of Infrastructure and Energy of Albania and Serbia).

4- The inter-operative plan in the field of civil emergencies between the Republic of Serbia, the Republic of North Macedonia and the Republic of Albania. (The agreement was signed between the Deputy Minister and the head of the Department of Emergencies, Serbia, the Deputy Director of Civil Emergencies of the Republic of North Macedonia and the Director of the National Agency of Civil Emergencies of Albania)

The next summit for the Open Balkans opened today in Belgrade, Serbia with the participation of the initiative’s partner leaders to continue with a series of meetings and activities throughout the day.

Prime Minister Edi Rama addressed the Summit with one word, where he emphasized, among other things, that the Balkans are for Europe, just as important as Europe is for the Balkans.

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