North Macedonia, Greece to hold 2nd intergovernmental session by year’s end, Zaev tells

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Depending on the COVID-19 pandemic, it is likely that in winter North Macedonia and Greece will hold the second intergovernmental session.

Next steps in the Macedonian-Greek relations include signing of the double taxation avoidance agreement, talks of the chambers of commerce from the two countries on trademarks, cooperation in an array of areas, including economy, energy, investments, etc. They were discussed yesterday at the meeting of the prime ministers of the two countries, North Macedonia PM Zoran Zaev reveals in an interview with MIA.

His participation in the Athens conference, organized by The Economist on Sept. 15-16, allowed Zaev to have meetings with both Greek state officials and Greek businessmen.

Shortly before departing for Skopje, PM Zaev sat down with MIA’s Athens correspondent for an interview, in which he reveals more details about his meetings with Greece’s top officials.

He says Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis wants to come to Skopje and reveals that he has said that Greece is willing to provide the COVID-19 vaccine once it is available for North Macedonia and Albania.

North Macedonia, Greece to hold 2nd intergovernmental session by year’s end, Zaev tells MIA