The summit of heads of the states of the Central Europe has passed from May, 2nd till May, 3rd in Ohrid in the south of Macedonia. Heads of Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and also Ukraine have taken part in the summit. As the guest of honour at the summit there was a president of Turkey Abdullah Gjul. The first similar informal summit of heads of the states of the Central Europe has taken place in Austria in 1993. It is spent annually and urged to create a platform for dialogue equal in rights between the European countries for the sake of strengthening of mutual understanding and cooperation strengthening. Heads of countries have urged the countries to accelerate on the Western Balkans reforms for the introduction into EU and have addressed to EU about rendering of support to efforts of these countries on joining to the union.