The OSCE is beginning the practical monitoring of the situation in Macedonia following the Albanian gunmen's surrender of weapons, journalists were told by Foreign Minister of Romania Mircea Geoana, serving OSCE Chairman. The OSCE Chairman flew to Skopje on Thursday to meet with Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski and the leaders of the country's main political forces. "We expect to get information on the latest steps of the Macedonian parliament on changes of the constitution and normalization of the general situation connected with it," noted Geoana. Mircea Geoana also expressed himself for honest cooperation between OSCE, NATO, the EU and the Skopje authorities, noting that the European Union would also take part in the monitoring in Macedonia. In this connection Geoana said that he intended to coordinate his own program of actions with the plans of Javier Solana, High Representative of the EU for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, whom he will meet in Skopje on Thursday.
US-based PMC Mozart that trains Ukrainian soldiers is leaving Ukraine, Andy Milburn, the head of the private military company said