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Macedonian delegation Attends NATO Summit in London

A Macedonian delegation headed by PM Zoran Zaev and including Deputy PMs Bujar Osmani and Radmila Sekerinska and Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov, is attending the NATO Summit that takes place in London, UK. On the first day of the Summit, PM Zaev attended and addressed the conference “NATO Engages”, focusing on the latest decision against Macedonia at the EU Summit ...

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Pisonero: EC to focus on EU Membership talks with North Macedonia, Albania

The newly appointed Spokesperson of the European Commission (EC) for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Ana Pisonero said on Monday that the goal of the new assembly of EC is to bring the West Balkans closer to the EU. “There is an ongoing debate in several EU member-states concerning the possible changes to the enlargement methodology, and EC will make its comments ...

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PM Zaev demands Accountability from Judicial authorities

In a video-message published on the web site of the government and its profiles on social networks, the PM Zoran Zaev voiced dissatisfaction with the work of the judicial authorities in Macedonia. “We gave a chance to the judiciary to function independently and properly, but unfortunately, we saw no results. Because of this, the judiciary will have to face the ...

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Joveski, Kalajdziev, Zaev on SPO compensations

Prosecutor, Ljubomir Joveski stated that the amounts that the SPO employees received are illogical, since they are larger even than that of the President of the country. Joveski adds that according to the law, the additional compensations must not surmount 35% of the regular salary. Prosecutor Vilma Ruskovska stated for Sitel that the documentation taken from SPO is currently examined ...

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Aid and Condolences for Albanian earthquake Victims

The Protection and Rescue Directorate (DZS) sent team of 41 persons of which 35 are members of the State Protection and Rescue Forces, specialists in excavation rescue, two dog guides from MoI for search and rescue, four Macedonian Red Cross members and 11 vehicles to Albania in order to aid the rescue efforts, after the devastating earthquake that hit the ...

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Zaev: Election will Not be Delayed

PM Zoran Zaev remains with the idea for implementing single election unit and open lists for the upcoming elections even with VMRO-DPMNE’s and DUI’s opposition. He further states that the elections will not be delayed and that the final vote for the legal decision for changing the election model which is prepared at Parliament, will be for the MPs. Zaev ...

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9 more EU member States sign Letter requesting Negotiations in March

The letter sent last week by six member states to the European Commission in which they request start for negotiations for Albania and Macedonia in March 2020 receives signatures by 9 other EU countries. Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia, Poland and the Czech Republic were joined by Bulgaria, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta and Portugal by adding their signatures ...

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Ruskovska Called before Public Prosecutor Council

The Head of the Prosecutor’s Office for Organized Crime and Corruption, Vilma Ruskovska, does not have comment for the press-releases by the Appeal Court and the Judicial Court about her alleged interference in the court’s work. Prosecutor Ruskovska shortly stated “I don’t comment other’s standpoints”. The Public Prosecutor Council stated that they have received report by the Appeal Court on ...

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Appeal Court: Ruskoska’s Accusation Presents Direct Threat and Meddling

The Appellation Court considers Prosecutor Vilma Ruskoska’s behavior to be abuse of position with the intent, through public appearance, to impose suspicions of elements of corruption in the decisions by the Criminal Council. This is part of the statement released by the Appellation Court after Prosecutor Ruskovska sent SDSM message to one of the judges involved in the complaint procedure ...

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Koja Meets Zaev and Mickoski in Separate Meetings

The Head of the OSCE Mission to Skopje, Clemens Koja met with PM Zoran Zaev and VMRO-DPMNE Leader, Hristijan Mickoski on Tuesday in separate meetings. Together with PM Zaev, Koja discussed about the integration concept of “one society” which enables equal opportunities for all and contributes toward the domestic stability, and with that the stability of the region. “We are ...

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