SUCCESSOR STATES MEETING CONTINUES TODAY
The meeting of the Joint Committee of the SFRY Successor States continues today in Skopje.
The agenda of the meeting includes discussions on the allotment of the remaining 11 out of 18 diplomatic buildings belonging to the former SFRY.
In the first round of dividing-up of assets, Macedonia has already met the 8% census and it gained the embassy in Canberra, a separate section of the embassy in Athens, consulate building in Zurich, SFRY's consulate general in Paris and an appartment residence in Rome.
The property that remains to be divided includes the Embassies in Brussels, Stockholm and Copenhagen, the Seat of the UN Mission in Geneva, a residence, Embassy and a house in Warsaw, and the Consulate in Frankfurt, Germany.
Most of the 67 diplomatic and consular offices in the countries across Europe, North America and Australia were divided at the last meeting of the Joint Committee of SFRY Successor States that took place in Zagreb last December.
MD: The government is pleased with the properties they've got so far. The Macedonian media was talking about some properties the other ex-SFRJ countries did not wanted, those are probably going to Macedonia.