President Stevo Pendarovski welcomed Monday the OSCE Head of Mission to North Macedonia, Kilian Wahl, the U.S. Mission to OSCE Ambassador Michael Carpenter, Head of the United Kingdom’s Delegation to the OSCE, Neil Bush, Head of the Permanent Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany to the OSCE, Gesa Braeutigam, the Permanent Representative of Italy to OSCE, Stefano Baldi, and the Permanent Representative of France to the OSCE, Christine Fages, with United States Ambassador Angela Aggeler also in attendance.
Pendarovski and the ambassadors exchanged opinions on current developments in Europe and the region, as well as North Macedonia’s OSCE Chairmanship, the President’s Office said in a press release.
Interlocutors also discussed OSCE’s role in the context of the Russian invasion on Ukraine and the urgent need to restore peace and stability and to prevent future conflict.
President Pendarovski pointed out that North Macedonia is fully prepared to take responsibility and face all challenges head-on.
Conference titled “Addressing Anti-Semitism in the OSCE Region“ will be held in Skopje on Feb 6-7, the first in a series of important conferences and meetings that will be organized in the country during its OSCE chairmanship in 2023.