FYROM took over from the Swiss yesterday, and the details of their presidency can be found on a special presidency website; the speech of the very young Macedonian foreign minister Antonio Miloshoski (who has studied in Germany) in front of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe has been published there, too.
The Macedonian presidency wants to focus on three priorities, although I would estimate that the second is of particular interest for the Western Balkan country:
- Strengthening human rights protection
- Fostering integration while respecting diversity
- Promoting youth participation
That is going to be hard work, but let's wish FYROM as much success as possible!
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