Monthly Archives: November 2021

Dimitrov from Open Balkans: Results Are Key in Expanding This Initiative

The conference “Open Balkans – Road to Stabilization, Cooperation and Prosperity of the Region” was held Wednesday in the Serbian National Assembly in Belgrade. Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs Nikola Dimitrov, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama and US Special Representative for the Western Balkans, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, ...

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Road Conditions 26.11.2021

Dry road conditions are reported across the country, with moderate traffic outside urban areas. There are 30-minute – 45-munite delays at Bogorodica and Tabanovce border crossings to enter or exit the country. No delays are reporters on other border crossings. Landslides are possible along the routes of Katlanovo – Veles, Mavrovo – Debar – Struga, Vinica – Berovo and Kochani ...

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Osmani: State Will Organize Transfer After Identification of Bodies

The autopsy of the bodies of those that passed away in the bus accident is expected to be completed by the end of the day, and the identification by the end of the week, after which the state will organize the transfer of the remains to Skopje, Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani told correspondent in Sofia. “I just heard from the ...

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Donfried: Beginning of Negotiations with EU Is Geostrategic Interest of US

The Prime Minister of Macedonia Zoran Zaev had a telephone conversation late Tuesday night with US Assistant Secretary of State Karen Donfried, who expressed to the Prime Minister on behalf of the US Government and American citizens deep condolences to Macedonian citizens for those lost in the bus accident in Bulgaria. Prime Minister Zaev and Assistant Secretary of State Donfried ...

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Road Conditions 25.11.2021

Dry road conditions are reported across the country, with moderate traffic outside urban areas. There are 30-minute – 45-munite delays at Bogorodica and Tabanovce border crossings to enter or exit the country. No delays are reporters on other border crossings. Landslides are possible along the routes of Katlanovo – Veles, Mavrovo – Debar – Struga, Vinica – Berovo and Kochani ...

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SIA Tetovo from 9 AM to 3 PM Discovered Seven Defective Buses

The traffic police on Wednesday from 9 to 15 o’clock in the areas of Tetovo and Gostivar implemented intensified control measures that covered buses that perform public transport. Seven such vehicles were discovered and legally sanctioned. “During the control, seven technically defective buses were detected and sanctioned, out of which six in the Tetovo area and one in the Gostivar ...

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Government Declared Three Days of Mourning

At the regular 120th session, the government, which began with a minute of silence in honour of the victims of the tragic car accident in Bulgaria and in condolence with their families, decided to declare three days of mourning throughout the country. 23 to 25 November (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) are declared days of mourning. During the days of mourning, ...

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Joveski and Ruskovska Arrive at Scene of Bus Accident in Bulgaria

The Public Prosecutor of the Republic of Macedonia Ljubomir Joveski and the Basic Public Prosecutor of the Basic Public Prosecutor’s Office for Prosecution of Organized Crime and Corruption Vilma Ruskoska urgently travelled to the scene of the bus accident on the highway “Struma” in Bulgaria, where, as reported, met with the director of the Bulgarian National Investigation Service Borislav Sarafov. ...

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Osmani, Spasovski and Bocvarski Hold Press Conference on Bus Accident

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is coordinating activities related to dealing with the consequences of the bus accident in Bulgaria in which 45 Macedonian citizens passed away, together with the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry. The process of identification of the victims is ongoing, and after its completion, an organized procedure for transferring the bodies of the deceased will follow,” said the ...

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Bulgarian Veto Remains

“Unfortunately, the Republic of North Macedonia still does not meet the criteria for holding the first intergovernmental conference,” said Bulgarian Ambassador to the EU Rumen Alexandrov. According to him, Albania must be judged on its own merits and is ready to make progress on the road to the EU. Regarding North Macedonia, Alexandrov noted that in recent months the Bulgarian ...

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