The European Commission is starting negotiations with seven non-EU countries, including North Macedonia, to join the Union for Environment and Climate (LIFE) programme.
As reported by the MIA correspondent in Brussels, the other six countries with whom the European Commission will start negotiations today are Turkey, Albania, Andorra, the Faroe Islands, Israel and Moldova.
Participation in the LIFE program will help seven countries develop innovative environmental and climate best practices technologies, methods and methods that contribute to a climate-neutral, circular and adaptive economy and nature protection and restoration, according to information provided by the committee.
According to the statements of the European Commission, within the framework of the start of the negotiations, the Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning of North Macedonia Kaya Šukova is scheduled to meet with the European Commissioner for the Environment, Oceans and Fisheries Virginius Senkevius.
On the eve of the start of negotiations today, Sinkevičius stressed that environmental and climate-related problems such as climate change, biodiversity reduction and pollution cross state borders and can only be addressed through joint action.
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