Monthly Archives: November 2020

Road Conditions 09.11.2020

Dry road conditions are reported throughout the country. There is moderate traffic outside urban areas. No delays are reported on border crossings. Landslides are possible along the routes of Katlanovo-Veles, Mavrovo-DebarStruga, Vinica-Berovo and Kochani-Delchevo. Motorists are advised to drive carefully, adjust their speed to weather conditions and follow traffic rules, signs and signals.

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Zaharieva: Currently No Way to Approve Start of Macedonia’s EU Negotiations

“Bulgaria remains firmly in its position, that Bulgaria’s position can’t be changed due to external pressure,” said Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ekaterina Zaharieva for BTV. Minister Zaharieva stated that there is no way at this stage to say “yes” to the start of negotiations between Macedonia and the EU. “Our support for Macedonia has never been ...

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Osmani: Neighbours Should be Engine, Not the Brake in EU Integration Process

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bujar Osmani, participated in a video conference dedicated to the Western Balkans after 2020 – actions and decisions in a time of pandemic. Osmani addressed the panel on the EU accession process and the political, economic and social transformation of the region. In his speech, Osmani spoke about the efforts of the country in the ...

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Kyuchyuk: Strong Sign Should be Given That Skopje’s Place is in EU

“We need to give a strong, pro-European sign that the European Union sees the Republic of Macedonia and the entire region as an integral part of it, not only geographically, but also politically and economically. Until the Berlin process meeting on 10 November, there is no time for major decisions. It would be a shame to miss this opportunity during ...

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Ahmeti: I Am Convinced That my Comrades Will Return as Victors

DUI leader and one of the KLA leaders, Ali Ahmeti with support for Thaci and others wrote that he is convinced that his friends, and comrades-in-arms, will be witnesses of the just war of the Kosovo Liberation Army and will return victorious, fully respecting the rule of law and both local and international justice. “The rule of law and true ...

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Record 1,275 New Cases of COVID-19, 13 Deceased in Past 24 Hours

The Ministry of Health informs that in the last 24 hours 3,331 tests have been performed, and 1,275 new cases of COVID-19 have been registered. The total number of diagnosed in the country since the beginning of the epidemic is 36,372, the number of recovered patients is 22,526, the number of dead is 1084, and currently the number of active ...

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Road Conditions 06.11.2020

Dry road conditions are reported throughout the country. There is moderate traffic outside urban areas. No delays are reported on border crossings. Landslides are possible along the routes of Katlanovo-Veles, Mavrovo-DebarStruga, Vinica-Berovo and Kochani-Delchevo. Motorists are advised to drive carefully, adjust their speed to weather conditions and follow traffic rules, signs and signals.

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Prime Minister Zaev Holds Telephone Conversation with Chancellor Merkel

In a telephone conversation with the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany Angela Merkel, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev expressed gratitude for the increased engagement of the German Presidency with the EU, for the personal involvement of Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, EU Minister Michael Roth, as well as Chancellor Merkel’s personal commitment. During the conversation, Prime Minister Zaev stressed that ...

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Phone Conversation Pendarovski-Radev on Macedonia’s European Integration

Presidents Stevo Pendarovski and Rumen Radev on Wednesday had a telephone conversation in which they discussed the positions of the two countries regarding the conditions for starting negotiations by Macedonia for membership in the European Union. The two presidents discussed the possibility of reaching a sustainable solution for the European development of the region and, in particular, the integration of ...

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Balkan Insight: Skopje-Sofia Dispute Could Jeopardize EU Enlargement

The differences between Sofia and Skopje could potentially cross the borders of a bilateral dispute and jeopardize the entire EU enlargement agenda, according to the Balkan Insight news portal. “If Bulgaria blocks the start of negotiations for Macedonia’s EU membership, it is possible to do the same with Albania, because Sofia previously insisted that the two countries, which this year ...

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