Ljubica Acevska is a former Ambassador of the Republic of Macedonia to the United States.

The Kosovo military conflict ended in Macedonia. The agreement which terminated the allied bombardment was signed in that country and signifies the peacemaking role this small nation hopes to play in a troubled region. Central to this are Macedonia's hopes for a regional economic revival. This in turn depends upon massive foreign aid and a program of Marshall Plan dimensions. Macedonian Ambassador Ljubica Acevska explains these points.