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Prime Minister Edi Rama is in Northern Macedonia today, thanks to the Economic Forum, while meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister of Northern Macedonia Zoran Zaev.
Zaev wrote in a Facebook post that the focus of discussion at this meeting was cooperation on the development of the Balkans, the common home.
" This afternoon, I welcomed the President of Serbia, Vucic, and the Prime Minister of Albania, Rama, where we had a joint walk in Skopje, where we also met with Mayor Shilegov.
We talked to the citizens in the center of Skopje, in the framework of the Economic Forum for Regional Cooperation held for the first time in Northern Macedonia, as well as the opening of new perspectives for our connection.
The Balkans is our common European home in which we support ourselves and in which we promote relations. "Our vision is ahead, for a better tomorrow, for economic growth and development, for a well-being for our peoples", writes Zaev
The visit between them comes within the Economic Forum with the session "United Balkans", which will probably be the new name of what is known so far as "Minishengen", or "Balkan Schengen".