The Joint Interdisciplinary Committee of Experts on History, Archaeology, and Education is meeting in Ohrid to further discuss textbooks and curricula in Macedonia and Greece, MIA’s Athens correspondent reports citing Greek sources.

“With the Joint Interdisciplinary Committee of Experts in Ohrid for the 4th Meeting”, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Markos Bolaris tweeted on Friday, who is also leading the Greek team in the textbook committee and posted a joint photo.

This is the fourth meeting of the Committee established by Article 8 paragraph 5 of the Prespa Agreement.

The third meeting took place in Athens on April 12-13, 2019, and according to a joint statement of the two foreign ministries, the meeting was held in a friendly, constructive and positive atmosphere and “progress was made with regard to the fulfillment of the tasks of the Committee and were confirmed further elaborated the conclusions from the second meeting”.