Minister Poposki in Paris and Geneva.
During his visit to Paris, Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki met Jean-David Levitte Jean-David Levitte (born June 14 1946) is a French diplomat, formerly the French ambassador to the United States, and currently diplomatic advisor and sherpa to President Nicolas Sarkozy. He has also been named head of the future National Security Council. , Senior Diplomatic Adviser to French President Nicolas Sarkozy, on 27 February. Minister Poposki presented at the meeting the expectations of the Republic of Macedonia to join NATO NATO: see North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
in full North Atlantic Treaty Organization
International military alliance created to defend western Europe against a possible Soviet invasion. and to open EU membership negotiations. Jean-David Levitte reiterated the positions of France for active support in the processes of EU enlargement with the countries of the Region, including the Republic of Macedonia as a credible partner in Southeast Europe.
Minister Poposki participated also in the high-level segment of the United Nations Human Rights Council's 19th session in Geneva Geneva, canton and city, Switzerland
Geneva (jənē`və), Fr. Genève, canton (1990 pop. 373,019), 109 sq mi (282 sq km), SW Switzerland, surrounding the southwest tip of the Lake of Geneva. from 29 February to 1 March 2012.
He addressed the main session, talking about the principle is-sues of the agenda of the Human Rights Council and the priorities of the Republic of Macedonia in the area of protecting human rights at a national and international level. He also used the visit to promote Macedonia's candidacy for Chairmanship of the UN Human Rights Council in 2014-2016.