Minister Poposki's meetings and activities in Brussels.Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki paid a working visit to the Kingdom of Belgium on 11 May. He started the visit with his address at the panel discussion at the European Press Club entitled "EU Enlargement enlargement,
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n from the Point of View of Macedonia." The general policy of EU enlargement, with an accent on the Balkan countries, Macedonia's integration into the grand European family and the key arguments for opening accession negotiations and the high-level accession dialogue with the European Commission, as well as the name issue with Greece were the topics that Minister Poposki raised in his address to the present guests from the European Commission and the European Parliament, and the representatives of embassies and missions to the EU and NATO NATO: see North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
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International military alliance created to defend western Europe against a possible Soviet invasion. . Minister Poposki outlined the entire process of Macedonia's European integration and presented the latest activities in regard to the ongoing High-Level Accession Dialogue with the European Union.
Within the framework of his visit, Minister Poposki had a meeting with Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders Didier J.L. Reynders (born August 6, 1958) is a Belgian politician and a member of the Mouvement Réformateur (MR). He was born in Liège as the youngest in a family of three children. He studied law at the University of Liège. , at which the bilateral relations between the two countries and the possibilities for their promotion were discussed. Macedonia's progress in the context of the EU and NATO and the fulfillment of the reforms with the start of the High-Level Accession Dialogue were also tabled. A joint meeting was realized with Karl Vanlouwe, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee See also United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
The Foreign Affairs Committee is one of many Select Committees of the British House of Commons, which scrutinises the work of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. of the Senate, and Francois-Xavier de Donnea, Chairman of the Belgian Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee, at which the aspirations of the Republic of Macedonia to join the European Union and the North-Atlantic Alliance were discussed with an emphasis on the expectations following the Judgment of the International Court of Justice.
In the course of his visit, Minister Poposki also met representatives of the Macedonian diaspora in the Kingdom of Belgium.