Second meeting on history of the Joint Interdisciplinary Committee

The new generations in both countries and the region should be educated in the spirit of the European values ​​of solidarity, trust and mutual cooperation, the delegations of North Macedonia and Greece said at the second meeting of the Joint Interdisciplinary Committee of Experts on Historical, Archaeological and Educational Issues, established in accordance with the Prespa Agreement.

As the Foreign Ministry said, joint committee delegations had a crucial debate and adopted an intense work plan for achieving mutually agreed solutions, based on the principles and goals of UNESCO and the Council of Europe on this matter.

– Working in a collegian and constructive atmosphere, the two delegations paid particular attention to the issue of curricula and textbooks that were in use, and agreed on their harmonization in accordance with the spirit and the content of the Prespa Agreement – reads the statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Delegations decided to hold the next joint committee meeting in Athens on April 12-13, 2019.