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“Friends of Enlargement” Delegation in Skopje

The Foreign Ministers of Poland, Latvia, Lithuania and the Estonian Deputy Minister of European Affairs, as representatives of the EU Group Friends of Enlargement, met today with Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov where they expressed their support on Macedonia’s road to EU and NATO. Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said at a joint press conference that they appreciate the efforts Macedonian ...

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“Friends of Enlargement” Delegation in Skopje

The Foreign Ministers of Poland, Latvia, Lithuania and the Estonian Deputy Minister of European Affairs, as representatives of the EU Group Friends of Enlargement, met today with Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov where they expressed their support on Macedonia’s road to EU and NATO. Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said at a joint press conference that they appreciate the efforts Macedonian ...

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Key Witness to the Titanic 3 Case Testifies Via Video Link From Germany

The key witness in the Titanic 3 case has testified through Viber from Germany. Remzie Beslimovska, who was a member of the Election Commission in Cair during the 2013 local elections, answering the questions by Prosecutor Fetai recounted the actions taken by the defendants Ejup Alimi and Ismet Guri that day. “After the vote, Ejup Alimi and Ismet Guri came ...

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No New Coronavirus Patients in the Country

On Friday, two patients that voluntarily came into the Stip hospital for examination after returning from trip to Italy, broke a window in their escape from the hospital. The man is Macedonian citizen from Vinica, while the woman is a Croatian citizen. Later the police found the patients in the man’s home in Vinica, after which they attempted to return ...

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No New Coronavirus Patients, House Quarantines Issued

Thursday evening, test results for person that traveled from Rome and contacted the Infectious Diseases Clinic with signs of the flu were being processed. The results will be ready in an hour and a half after which the public will be informed, Health Minister Venko Filipce said at an afternoon press conference. Two patients who were tested previously, a truck ...

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Dendias: Western Balkans is Integral Part of Europe

The Chief of Greek diplomacy, Nikos Dendias, at the opening of the conference titled “From Thessaloniki to Zagreb”, where FM, Nikola Dimitrov also participated, stated that the Western Balkan countries European neighbours confirm that the region is integral part of Europe. Speaking at the session “Furthering European integration of the Western Balkans: Current challenges and perspectives”, Dendias underlined that Thessaloniki ...

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Renew Europe President Ciolos Meets Government and Party Representatives

President, Stevo Pendarovski met with EP MPs, Parliamentary Group “Renew Europe” President, Dacian Ciolos and EP Rapporteur for the country, Ilhan Kyuchyuk. According to the press-release from the President’s Cabinet, opinions on the aspirations of the country toward EU membership were exchanged during the meeting. President Pendarovski underlined the importance of the principle support by the EP in the enlargement ...

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Judge Dimiskova’s Brother Testifies in Extortion Case

Judge Vesna Dimiskova brother, lawyer Vasil Dimiskov, was the first witness at Thursday’s hearing over the Extortion case. Dimiskova is the one who’d issued a detention measure against businessperson Jordan Kamcev in the Empire case. Kamcev, in the capacity of witness in the Extortion process, had said at the start of the trial that the lawyer, too, had been part ...

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VMRO-DPMNE’s Milososki Hands over Audio Material to Prosecutor’s Office

On Wednesday, VMRO-DPMNE MP Antonio Milososki handed over to the Prosecutor’s Office the audio material played by him last week in Parliament. According to him, both the material and the transcript raise serious suspicions that SDSM leader and former PM Zoran Zaev was aware, for a longer period of time, of the manner of financing of International Alliance. Milososki added ...

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Several EU Members Starting Diplomatic Offensive Aiming at Date for Skopje

Several EU Member States, led by Poland, with visits to Skopje and Tirana, are starting a diplomatic offensive aiming at a date for Macedonia and Albania as early as March. As Kanal 5 TV said on Tuesday, citing sources from Brussels, a delegation of foreign ministers are planning to visit the two countries towards the start of next month in ...

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