site.btaNorth Macedonia's Security Council Assessment: Security Situation Stable, No Threat Indications
There are no indications of a possible threat to North Macedonia's security is the assessment of the Security Council meeting, which was convened on Wednesday by President Stevo Pendarovski and which discussed the security situation in the country and the Euro-Atlantic region.
At Pendarovski's invitation, the meeting was attended by the director of the State Agency for National Security and the director of the country's Intelligence Agency, in addition to members of the Security Council, according to a statement from Pendarovski's office.
Representatives of the competent institutions were briefed on the current security problems in North Macedonia and the wider region, related to the war in Ukraine, developments in the Middle East and the situation in the northern part of the Republic of Kosovo.
"As a member of NATO, the Republic of North Macedonia is in regular coordination with the Alliance and allies on the activities undertaken to strengthen security in the Euro-Atlantic region. The Security Council meeting identified the need for the competent institutions to continue monitoring the situation and preparing possible scenarios in order to take timely measures and activities depending on their competence," the statement said.