Serbia, North Macedonia, Albania concur to work together to address energy issues
(MENAFN) According to the Serbian energy minister and deputy prime minister on Tuesday, North Macedonia and Albania have agreed to Serbia's proposal to establish a joint working group for collaboration in the energy crisis and on strategic projects.
While attending the Open Balkan initiative, which promotes collaborative economic policies in the Western Balkans, Zorana Mihajlovic made the declaration in Tirana, the capital of Albania.
She declared that cooperation, linkage, and joint involvement on important projects are essential for the region's energy security in times of crisis.
She clarified that "all of us in the region are under great pressure to ensure that everything is in place for the winter. However, it is important that, in addition to solving current supply problems, we also discuss strategic projects and potential joint investments, which will make the entire region more energy stable."
She continued by stating that Serbia's suggestion was to establish a trilateral working group to address energy issues this winter as well as potential cooperation on key strategic projects.
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