Ahead of the beginning of the Berlin Process Leaders’ Summit on Monday, Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski said he expects to have constructive discussions on boosting regional cooperation at the Summit.
Kovachevski was welcomed in Tirana by Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama. At the Summit they are expected to participate in two working sessions – “Integrating the Region into the Single Market and Improving Convergence with the EU” and “Supporting Green and Digital Transition in the Western Balkans: Challenges and Opportunities for Investment and Growth”.
“The expectations are that we will have constructive discussions firstly in terms of boosting regional cooperation, in terms of increasing investments for regional connectivity, and especially talks in terms of achieving energy independence and providing additional funds for energy independence of the region and green transition of the energy sector. Additionally, an agreement will be signed on the recognition of diplomas of pharmacists, midwives, nurses, which comes as an extension to the agreement we signed at the last summit – the recognition of diplomas of doctors and other activities regulated with the European directives,” said the PM.