The four agreements to be signed at the Open Balkans Summit in Ohrid
Work has begun on the Open Balkans Summit in Ohrid. Albania, Serbia and Northern Macedonia, represented by Prime Minister Edi Rama, President Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski, are taking part in the initiative.
In Ohrid, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina also participate, but in the role of observer. The day before, the leaders of these countries held an informal working dinner. While Kosovo has refused to become part of this initiative.
Today, four agreements are expected to be signed, on the fight against tax evasion, recognition of higher education diplomas, cultural cooperation and cooperation in the field of tourism.