Foreign minister meets with Macedonian counterpart
SKOPJE -- Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivan Mrkić met in Skopje on Monday with his Macedonian counterpart Nikola Poposki.
According to announcements, the two ministers will sign an agreement on cooperation in EU integration and an agreement on employment for family members of the staff of the two countries embassies.
Mrkić will meet with Macedonian President Gjorgje Ivanov and Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski during the day.
According to an earlier release from the Serbian Foreign Ministry, the talks will involve everything meant to improve the two countries' relations and trade.
"The visit will stimulate further the dialogue between Belgrade and Skopje, which is otherwise very active," the ministry said.
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