Monthly Archives: November 2022

Reactions to Latest Assault over Bulgarian Club in Ohrid Continue

Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski condemned the latest assault over the premises of the Bulgarian culture club Tsar Boris in Ohrid on Wednesday evening. “When these clubs were opened, I warned that the names chosen for them may provoke reactions since they evoke negative sentiments among some of our citizens. These clubs are open in order to bring the two countries ...

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VMRO-DPMNE Addresses Demands for Snap Election and Anti-Crisis Measures

The central board of VMRO-DPMNE held a session on Thursday evening at which they adopted demands directed towards the government. VMRO-DPMNE Vice-president Vlado Misajlovski presented to the media the three demands of the party. “First, we demand organisation of a parliamentary election no later than the spring of 2023 as he only way out of the economic and political crises, ...

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Session for MP Questions Held in Parliament

The situation with the issued citizenship and passport for Ukrainian oligarch Oleksandr Onyshchenko, the European perspective of the state and the accusations of VMRO-DPMNE against Defence Minister Slavjanka Petrovska were among the main topics discussed in the Parliament on Thursday during the session for MP questions. VMRO-DPMNE MP Antonio Milososki addressed a question to Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski about the ...

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Relatives of Laskarci Accident Victims Believe Investigation is Being Tampered

Family members of the 15 victims of the Laskarci bus accident from February 2019 addressed criticism at the judicial authorities, because the trial over the accident is prolonged due to the order for a second-degree investigation over the entire case. “We are now waiting for a new second-degree investigation, and me and the other people who lost their loved ones ...

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Road Conditions 25.11.2022

Dry road conditions are reported across the country, with increased traffic outside urban areas. No delays are reported at border crossings. A ban for heavy cargo vehicles over 7.5 tons on the weekends enters into force as of July 1 through Sept. 1 on the A2 highway, section Skopje-Ohrid-Skopje. The ban is introduced over the summer so as to avoid ...

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Bilateral Screening over Chapter 24 Concluded in Brussels

The bilateral screening over the Chapter 24 of the EU accession talks for North Macedonia officially concluded on Wednesday in Brussels. Deputy PM in Charge of European Affairs and Head of the Negotiating Team of North Macedonia Bojan Maricic said that this is the first area in which the integration process has been accelerated. “The first step to “accelerated integration” ...

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Poll: Majority of Citizens Oppose Foreign Policy and Sanctions Against Russia

The news web portal MKD.mk revealed new details from the recent poll about the political situation in the country. The new details reveal that majority of the citizens are not pleased with the country’s foreign policy concerning the events between Russia and Ukraine. Over 60% of the citizens do not support the sanctions against Russia, and almost 71% do not ...

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Bulgarian Club in Ohrid Vandalised Once Again

The Ohrid-based department of the Interior Ministry confirmed on Wednesday evening that the Bulgarian culture club Tsar Boris in Ohrid was once again attacked by vandals, who have broken the glass on the main door of the club. “The incident was reported around 07:00 pm. Police officers went to the scene and concluded that the glass on the main door ...

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Road Conditions 24.11.2022

Dry road conditions are reported across the country, with increased traffic outside urban areas. No delays are reported at border crossings. A ban for heavy cargo vehicles over 7.5 tons on the weekends enters into force as of July 1 through Sept. 1 on the A2 highway, section Skopje-Ohrid-Skopje. The ban is introduced over the summer so as to avoid ...

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Kovacevski: Government Remains Open for Supporters of Our EU Integration

The door of the government remains open for political parties that share the values of the ruling majority for the European integration and future of the country, Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski said on Tuesday. “The statement I gave yesterday is no different from the one of DUI Leader Ali Ahmeti given last Sunday. I held a meeting with Leader of ...

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