According to the Russian Foreign Ministry, the sides have discussed the development of economic, political and cultural bilateral relations.
Speaking during a joint press conference, Lavrov said that Russia did not campaign for any option of voting at the upcoming referendum in Macedonia.
"The situation is dubious in Macedonia after the signing of the Prespa agreement, whose legitimacy is questioned by many Macedonian political forces. A referendum is coming, I invite you to watch in the media, social networks, on the Internet, what Russia says about this — we do not say anything that could be interpreted as campaigning for that or another option of voting," Lavrov said.
Earlier in the day, Lavrov held a meeting with Bosnian Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak in the country's capital, Sarajevo.
Moscow has repeatedly said that Russia supports the territorial integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina in line with the Dayton Agreement.