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FT Business – LSE European Institute The Future of Europe lecture series

The Republic of Macedonia - tests passed and the challenges ahead

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia, Antonio Milošoski, will present a picture of the political and economic situation in this small but fascinating Balkan country, of the relations in the region, as well as of the impending challenges on its road to full-fledged membership of the European and Euro-Atlantic family.

Antonio Milososki has been Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia since August 2006. He continues to be a Research Fellow at the Institute of Political Sciences at the Gerhard Merkator University in Duisburg, Germany. From May 2000-September 2001 he was spokesman of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia and from 1999-2000, Chief of Cabinet of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia.


Antonio Milososki | talks


Date and Time:

18 October 2007 at 5:00 pm


1 hour



Old Theatre
LSE Old Building
Houghton Street
020 7955 6043
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London School of Economics & Political Science
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