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Government and political Party Representatives Lay Flowers at Delcev’s Grave

Macedonia marks 149 years since the birth of the revolutionary Goce Delcev. On that occasion, a government delegation and representatives of SDSM and VMRO-DPMNE Thursday morning laid flowers at the grave of Goce Delcev in the Church St. Spas in Skopje. Prime Minister Zaev wrote on Facebook that as the inspirer and driving force of the Macedonian revolutionary organization, Goce ...

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Zaharieva: Sofia Is Not Happy with the “No” to Macedonia

“Sofia is not happy with the “no” to Macedonia, but at the same time, they can’t go against their national interests,” said Bulgarian Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva in an extensive television interview. Even three months after the Bulgarian veto, she believes that the positions of Berlin and Vienna that the enlargement of the Union should not be held hostage to bilateral ...

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Osmani to Landsbergis: We Expect Start of EU Negotiations

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia, Bujar Osmani, had a video meeting with his counterpart from the Republic of Lithuania, Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis, with an emphasis on the European file of the country. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the new enlargement methodology was discussed, the efforts to harmonize the negotiating framework based on respect ...

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Kurz: Austria Will Push for Start of Negotiations with Macedonia

“Austria fully supports the European path of the entire Western Balkans and will strive to start accession negotiations with Macedonia and Albania in the first half of this year. It is in our strategic interest to bring the region into the EU as soon as possible,” stated Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz in an interview with the February issue of the ...

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Pardew: Macedonia Is A Sovereign State and Should No Longer Be Disturbed

“Macedonia is a sovereign state and should no longer be harassed or commanded,” said former US Ambassador to Bulgaria, James Pardew, who is also one of the mediators in the Ohrid Agreement talks, in an interview with Bulgarian National Radio (BNR). Asked if the dispute between Sofia and Skopje was a big problem for Washington, he said it was a ...

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Head of State Seeks Responsibility for “Public Room”, Arrests Made

“These days we are witness once again to the case “Public Room”, a case in which the privacy of thousands of women and girls is violated, humiliation, sexism and violence that leave lasting consequences on their lives,” said President Stevo Pendarovski. The head of state emphasized that violence against women and girls, in any form – mental, physical, sexual, is ...

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British COVID-19 Strain Found in Country, 394 New Patients

The Ministry of Health announced that Wednesday, during the analysis of data from positive patients, the first case of the British strain of coronavirus was discovered in Macedonia. The Health Ministry informed that Monday there were 394 new registered COVID-19 cases out of 2.236 tested, in the country. During the same period 9 persons infected with the virus passed away. ...

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Dimitrov and Osmani Hold Several Meetings in Brussels

The Deputy Prime Minister in charge of European Affairs, Nikola Dimitrov, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bujar Osmani, on Tuesday, in Brussels met with the Vice President of the European Commission and EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell. The focus of the conversation was the future of the EU enlargement policy, primarily in the ...

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President Pendarovski Signs Census Law Decree

President Stevo Pendarovski, after consultations with legal experts, on Monday signed the Decree for approval of the Law on Census of Population, Households and Dwellings in the Republic of Macedonia, 2021. President Pendarovski expects the census process not to be politicized, and the data obtained to be useful for the overall development of the country, which will enable the formulation ...

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Zaev: Adjective “Macedonian” Was Never Problem and Remains in Minutes

Prime Minister Zoran Zaev fully supported the statement of the head of the Macedonian team of historians in the Joint Commission, Dragi Gjeorgiev – both assured that the adjective “Macedonian” is not a problem and it remains in the minutes. Many dilemmas arose in the public after some of the media reported that the adjective “Macedonian” is being replaced by ...

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