Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani is scheduled for a working visit to Brussels, joining Deputy Prime Minister Bojan Marichikj for a bilateral screening meeting on Chapter 31 – Foreign, Security, and Defence Policy. This marks the conclusion of Macedonia’s screening process.

During his time in Brussels, Osmani will participate in the EU-Western Balkans Summit hosted by the Friends of Europe think-tank. He’ll contribute to a panel discussion titled “EU Enlargement: A New Geopolitical Urgency,” alongside foreign ministers from Albania and Montenegro, EU representatives, and other notable figures including the U.S. Ambassador to Serbia and the former EU enlargement commissioner.

Additionally, Osmani is set to engage in bilateral discussions with regional counterparts and high-ranking EU officials as part of his visit.