Monthly Archives: July 2023

Alternative Representatives Hold Press-Conference to Express Dissatisfaction

At a press-conference in Tetovo on Tuesday, representatives of Alternative from all branches and Central Board members expressed, as they said, dissatisfaction and remarks about the failure of leadership when it comes to fulfilment of the party’s tasks from the last congress. According to the group, though there’s been turbulence within the party for 18 months, that hasn’t affected leadership. ...

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US Bureau Adds Cytrox AD in North Macedonia to Entity List

On Tuesday, the US Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security added four entities, Intellexa S.A. in Greece, Cytrox Holdings Crt in Hungary, Intellexa Limited in Ireland, and Cytrox AD in North Macedonia to the Entity List for trafficking in cyber exploits used to gain access to information systems, threatening the privacy and security of individuals and organisations worldwide. “Intellexa ...

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Temporary Measure over Certificates Published by Official Gazette

The Official Gazette has published the temporary measure adopted by the Constitutional Court on 5 July. That means that birth certificates including an ethnicity column will not be issued starting from Tuesday. The head of the Office for Management of Registers of Births, Marriages, and Deaths says he will comply with the Court’s decision. Everyone who files an application will ...

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Road Conditions 18.07.2023

Traffic on state roads runs smoothly, on dry roads. At certain roads going through ravines, minor rockslides are possible. The MAKEDONIJAPAT PE calls for careful driving and adjustment of the speed to the conditions of the road. The MAKEDONIJAPAT PE’s on-call teams are constantly on-site and keep all roads passable.

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Deputy PM Maricic Meets Boone, Luehrmann and Szynkowski vel Sek

On Monday, Deputy PM for European Affairs Bojan Maricic met in Skopje with France’s Laurence Boone, Minister of State for Europe, attached to the Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, German Minister for Europe Anna Luehrmann, and Poland’s Minister for the EU, Szymon Szynkowski vel Sek. French Minister Boone said North Macedonia belonged to the European family. According to her, ...

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VMRO-DPMNE Reiterates Stand at Meeting with Three Ministers

On Monday, a delegation of VMRO-DPMNE and parliamentary parties from the coalition it leads held a meeting with France’s Laurence Boone, Minister of State for Europe, attached to the Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, German Minister for Europe Anna Luehrmann, and Poland’s Minister for the EU, Szymon Szynkowski vel Sek. According to the press-release, the representatives of VMRO-DPMNE and ...

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Kovacevski Participates in Meeting of Western Balkan PMs with Varhelyi

On Monday, together with Deputy PM for Economic Affairs Fatmir Bytyqi, PM Dimitar Kovacevski participated in an informal meeting in Tirana between PMs from the Western Balkans and EU Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi. “Together, we’re in Tirana at a meeting with Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi, together with the host, Edi Rama, with the PM of Serbia and the PM of ...

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Bajrami Murder in Greece: Killers Reportedly Came by Car

On Monday, media in Greece reported new information about the murder of Orhan Bajrami in Chalkidiki, Greece. According to the reports, police already have the videos from the villa where Bajrami and Sead Slezovic were staying. Reportedly, the two attackers got out of a car, jumped over the wall, and opened fire on Bajrami and Slezovic from close range. Bajrami ...

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VMRO-DPMNE Urges Prosecutors to React to OTA’s Procurement of Equipment

At a press-conference on Monday, VMRO-DPMNE MP Brane Petrusevski said the Government, through the Operational-Technical Agency (OTA), had procured communication interception equipment for which there was no legal framework. “Over our indications and suspicions that the Government can illegally follow two million citizens, we have notified the Public Prosecutor’s Office, but there has still been no reaction,” he added. According ...

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Public Prosecutor Joveski Meets SCPC Members

On Monday, Chief Public Prosecutor Ljubomir Joveski held a meeting, upon an own initiative, with State Commission for Prevention of Corruption (SCPC) members. In the frames of the activities to enhance the national front to fight corruption, the two institutions considered the possibilities to additionally advance mutual cooperation, the Prosecutor’s Office said in the press-release. In that regard, Joveski said ...

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