Croatia, Albania and Macedonia expect of the next NATO summit in 2006 to send them invitations for their membership in the Alliance, ambassadors of the three countries said in Washington on Monday.
Washnigton, April 26 – Ambassador Neven Jurica of Croatia, Fatos Tarifa of Albania and Nikola Dimitrev of Macedonia took part in a round-table discussion on the US-Adriatic Charter organized by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
“The three countries worked hard and decisive on the path towards NATO membership”, Dimitrov said.
“We have changed our countries and transformed the region”, Dimitrov said, adding that the invitations for NATO membership at the next summit would be important for permanent stability, peace and freedom on the Balkans.
The second anniversary of the signing of the Adriatic Charter will be marked on 2 May in the Albanian capital of Tirana.