Slovenian, N Macedonian PMs praise bilateral relations
The prime minister's office said in a press release that Šarec and Zaev talked about bilateral relations and ways to strengthen them additionally.
They shared the view that the countries nurture a very good relationship of partners at virtually all levels. They expressed satisfaction with regular political dialogue between the countries at all levels and with interest for intensive cooperation in the future.
They also exchanged views on the situation in the region and topical international issued related to migrations, security and the future of the EU.
The EU's enlargement policy and North Macedonia's efforts to join the bloc were also high on the agenda.
Slovenia supports accession of all countries in the region, but also underscores the importance of strengthening and respecting the rule of law and implementation of much-needed reform.
Šarec moreover offered support to North Macedonia in its efforts to join the EU and expressed support for the country's approaching full-fledged membership in NATO.
Before meeting Zaev, Šarec met at the Slovenian embassy in Skopje representatives of Slovenian companies and civil associations in North Macedonia, thanking them for their contribution to bilateral cooperation.
Šarec also met parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi today and visited Slovenian police officers stationed on the Greek-Macedonian border.