Monthly Archives: July 2021

Law on Citizenship in Two Days to Be Placed Before MPs

The new legal solution for citizenship marked with a European flag should be presented to the MPs on Thursday for a vote on the need for its adoption in an abbreviated procedure, the proposers from the Alliance for Albanians and Alternative expect. As well as to be voted by the end of the month. However, the draft law that changes ...

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Spasovski: Services Are Organized, Every Citizen Will Receive IDs

This year, it is understandable that since the measures have been relaxed, many citizens from other countries are returning and renewing documents. Almost every year during this period we always have an increased interest in issuing personal documents, said the Minister of Interior Oliver Spasovski in the morning program on MTV. “This year it is characteristic that the measures have ...

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21 New COVID-19 Cases, 1 Deaths in Past 24 Hours

21 new COVID-19 cases were registered in the past 24 hours out of 3,219 tests, while 1 COVID-19 patients have passed away. The total number of COVID-diagnosed persons in the country since the beginning of the epidemic is 155,951, the number of recovered patients is 150,237, the number of deaths is 5,488, and the number of active cases is 226. ...

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Road Conditions 21.07.2021

Good road conditions are reported across the country. Landslides are possible along the routes of Katlanovo – Veles, Mavrovo – Debar – Struga, 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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VMRO-DPMNE Returns No-Confidence Motion Against Talat Xhaferi

VMRO-DPMNE MPs returned the no-confidence motion to Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi without any corrections and without the use of the full constitutional name. The arguments of the opposition party are that Xhaferi unfoundedly and contrary to the Rules of Procedure declared the motion to be untidy, referring to Article 136, which according to VMRO-DPMNE refers to a draft law, and ...

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Draft-Law on Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Established

At the 88th session, the Government approved the text of the Draft-Law on Control of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, which is harmonized with several international acts. One of the novelties is the establishment of the Agency for Control of Cultivation and Extraction of Cannabis and Production of Cannabis for Medical and Scientific Purposes, which performs its activities on the ...

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PM Zaev Holds Farewell Meeting with Israel Ambassador Orian

Prime Minister of Macedonia, Zoran Zaev, met with Dan Orian, Ambassador of the State of Israel to Macedonia, who is completing his term. PM Zaev thanked Ambassador Orian for the continuous support that Israel gives the country since its independence and which continues today in many areas. The shared experiences for start-ups and innovations, within the opportunities for the development ...

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State Election Commission Informs About Local Elections Preparations

The President of the State Election Commission (SEC), Aleksandar Dastevski, says that the German company “Dermalog” was selected to procure the terminals for scanning fingerprints, because it had the best offer, met the conditions and had the best machines. The decision, he said, is posted on the website of the Public Procurement Bureau. The State Election Commission (SEC) and the ...

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Criminal Court: “Vodno Plots” Trial Postponed

The Basic Criminal Court Skopje informed the public with a short statement that Monday’s trial in the case “Vodno Plots” was postponed.  “Due to the interest of the media and non-governmental organizations that follow the main hearing on the case known as “Vodno Plots”, we inform the public that due to the request of the defense for translation of the ...

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Nimetz: Uniqueness of Macedonian Language Is Universally Recognized

“The uniqueness of the Macedonian language is universally recognized and confirmed in the United Nations,” says former mediator in the name dispute, Matthew Nimetz. He, in an interview with Kanal 5, when asked about the Sofia-Skopje relations, and whether the identity and language were part of the Prespa Agreement, but was put on the table by Bulgaria, clarified that for ...

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