Baily didn't get the Memo, meets with DUI's Ahmeti
Monday, 19 December 2016

US Ambassador to Macedonia Jess Baily and Ali Ahmeti, leader of the Democratic Union for Integration (DUI) discussed Monday the snap election results in the country and the post-election developments. This comes only days after Bailey was told to stop meddling in Macedonia's internal affairs.

At the meeting in the US Ambassador's residence in Skopje, Ahmeti referred to the DUI position in regard to the party's contribution to the peace, stability in the country and the security of its citizens.

Ahmeti highlighted the significance of the Ohrid Framework Agreement, the lingual, economic equality, reforms, the rule of law and the country's Euro-Atlantic orientation, DUI said in a press release.

All achievements in the country for the last 15 years, including the efforts for ending the political crisis, have been a result of the cooperation with the international community, Ahmeti said.

Hence, he added, DUI's strategic partnership with US allies will resume in the spirit of realizing the common interests and full-fledged NATO, EU membership.

Ahmeti also referred to 'certain groups, which promote uncertainty, geopolitical instability', notifying that DUI is committed to the country's stability and partnership with Brussels and Washington, the press release reads.

 


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