First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Political System and Inter-Community Relations Artan Grubi and the head of the European Union Delegation in North Macedonia, Ambassador David Geer, met Wednesday to discuss the government’s public call for supporting non-governmental organizations, transmits MIA.
According to a press release from First Deputy Prime Minister Grubi’s office, the upcoming public call will be highly transparent and include representatives of several institutions as well as the national Council for Cooperation with and Development of the Civil Society.
EU representatives, as well, have been invited to participate in the entire selection process. At the meeting, Deputy PM Grubi and Ambassador Geer also talked about the need of adopting the constitutional amendments that would lead to the country’s EU membership.
They agreed that “decisions should be made in Parliament in the near future with political and social consensus from all social and political stakeholders,” the release says.
Grubi and Geer also exchanged opinions on recent political developments in the country regarding European integration and the successful progress of the screening process and the implementation of reforms.