Rama, Zaev and Vučić sign multiple agreements at the Open Balkan summit in Albania

by Cristian Florescu

 Prime Minister of Albania Edi Rama hosted President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić and Prime Minister of North Macedonia Zoran Zaev for a meeting of the Open Balkan initiative in Albania. The leaders discussed the strategic plan for 2022 and announced the liberalisation of cross-border mobility from January, write europeanwesternbalkans.com

Five agreements were signed at the summit, with the special focus being put on the Agreement outlining the conditions for free access to the job market in the Western Balkans which will, according to RTS, enable uniform working permits for all three countries.

Other documents signed include the Agreement on the interconnectivity of schemes of electronic identification for citizens in the Western Balkans and the Agreement between the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Albania, Serbia and North Macedonia for collaboration in the fields of veterinary and food safety.

Serbia and Albania signed an agreement for mutual recognition of the authorisations issued by authorised economic operators, as did North Macedonia and Albania.

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