NATO to sign Accession Protocol with Skopje

The ceremony will take place on 6 February in Brussels

Jens Stoltenberg

On Wednesday, 6 February, the Permanent Representatives to NATO of the 29 members of the Alliance will sign the Accession Protocol with Skopje, was announced on the pact’s website on Saturday.

The ceremony will take place at NATO Head Quarters in Brussels and will start at 11am. Macedonia’s Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov will attend the event.

In a tweet earlier today Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary General pointed out: “On 6 February we will write history: NATO Allies will sign the accession protocol with the future Republic of North Macedonia.”

Once all allies ratify the protocol, the Republic of North Macedonia will become NATO’s 30th member.

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