SKOPJE, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia* – From November 6 to 7, the NATO Military Committee, the highest military consultative body in NATO, made its official visit to the country and held a plenary session in Skopje.
The Deputy Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Lieutenant General Steven Shepro, accompanied by other high ranking military representatives visited Skopje upon an invitation of Defence Minister Radmila Sekerinska. They were briefed about the achievements, readiness and future plans of the country and its army. NATO Liason Office Skopje’s team, led by Colonel Zoran Jankovič, was also part of the visit.
On November 7, the committee visited the Special Operations Regiment. Part of the activities in Ilinden Barracks in Skopje was also a demonstration exercise which shows the operational capabilities of part of the Joint Operation’s Command’s declared units.
* Turkey recognises the Republic of Macedonia with its constitution