NATO SENDS INSPECTION TEAM TO OHRID AHEAD OF EAPS SUMMIT
NATO's inspection team is due to arrive in Ohrid today to carry out the final check-up in terms of organization of the EAPS security forum slated for 28-29 June.
Everything is ready for the NATO forum, said Adnan Qahil, minister without portfolio, the chief of the Macedonia's coordinating team that will take part in the NATO's inspection.
About 600 participants and 200 journalists are expected to attend the event.
More than 3.000 police officers will be responsible for participants' security and a special traffic flow regime will be in place during the summit.
Most of the delegations are scheduled to land at the Ohrid Airport, where the new VIP lounge was put into operation today.
In addition, the airport's staff has been supplemented with their colleagues from the Skopje Airport. The director of the Air-Traffic Administration Zoran Krstevski said that the Ohrid Airport is absolutely safe and ready to receive some 50 airplanes that will transport the delegations participating at the NATO forum.
MD: This is a big event in Ohrid, the whole city is full of police, security, decorated with new street lights and street signs to make it look more attractive to the visitors.