Tag: palmer
Balkans 19.02.20 | 11:09

US Balkan envoys appear divided over the issue of border change between Serbia and Kosovo

The two US Balkan envoys sent conflicting messages on the possibility of a territory swap between Kosovo and Serbia. Matthew Palmer, the older State Department Balkan envoy, said that “it is up to the parties to establish the parameters of the dialogue” when asked if the US would approve...

Macedonia 08.11.19 | 17:04

US diplomat Palmer praises the Mini – Schengen initiative

US diplomat Matthew Palmer welcomed the initiate to create Mini – Schengen – a Balkan zone of even deeper integration between the countries that not EU members. At a WEF event in Geneva, Palmer expressed his disappointment that Macedonia and Albania were denied the opening of EU accession...

Macedonia 03.09.19 | 23:10

Sekerinska and Dimitrov discuss the racketeering scandal with US diplomat Palmer

The US Balkan envoy Matthew Palmer told Macedonian Government officials Nikola Dimitrov and Radmila Sekerinska that the US supports an end to partisan politics and impunity. Palmer was the US diplomat who was most outspoken in the request to have the major racketeering scandal around Katica Janeva fully...

Macedonia 02.08.19 | 23:35

US diplomat Palmer says Katica Janeva should be investigated and charged – if evidence is found

American acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Matthew Palmer called on the Macedonian judiciary to fully and thoroughly investigate all suspicions against Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva. Janeva resigned three weeks ago after it was revealed that her close associate Bojan Jovanovski – Boki...

Macedonia 28.02.19 | 14:30

US acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State praises the Prespa treaty in meeting with Greek journalists

During a meeting with Greek journalists, US acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Matthew Palmer called the Prespa treaty to rename Macedonia into North Macedonia is an excellent diplomatic achievement and told “North Macedonia” that its future progress toward the EU will depend on fully...