Macedonia and United States sign a 10-year roadmap for defense ties


United States Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III and Defense Minister Slavjanka Petrovska pledged to further solidify the two countries’ defense relationship during a meeting at the Pentagon on Monday and signed a 10-year roadmap for defense cooperation which lays out goals for the two countries to work together on addressing shared defense challenges, said the U.S. Department of Defense.

“North Macedonia has long been a great friend to the United States and both our interests and our values drive us to pursue a Europe that is free, whole and at peace,” Austin said as he welcomed Petrovska to the Pentagon.


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