FM Dimitrov meets a delegation of Konrad Adenauer Foundation


Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov and a delegation of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation held talks Wednesday in Skopje on the integration of Western Balkan countries, including Macedonia, with the EU Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP).

Dimitrov labeled the Western Balkans’ integration with and contribution to the EU's CFSP as vital for joint fight against present security threats, as well as for supporting the EU’s foreign policy.

He also briefed the guests about Macedonia’s activities to that effect, notifying that the country is a signatory of EU declarations on various international issues, as well as active participant in the EU-led missions within its Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a press release.

‘We don’t adhere to the EU declarations and attitudes only because we have European aspirations. We do that because we believe in European values, in multilateralism, international legal order and the achievements of the civilization. At a time when the international system faces challenges, it is our duty to have a clear position,’ Dimitrov said.

The delegation of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation is paying a four-day visit to Skopje as the organizer of the Regional Conference for South East Europe/Western Balkans ‘Balkan Calling Europe’.

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