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Mickoski Expects Early Elections in 2023

VMRO-DPMNE President Hristijan MIckoski expects 2023 to see early elections and as he says, citizens get a government, they will elect. The opposition leader adds that he encourages MPs that are giving signals with regards to dissolution of Parliament not to succumb to the ruling structure’s pressures. Mickoski declines to comment on the alleged developments in relation to SDSM based ...

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Politicians’ Send New Year’s Messages

In a video on the occasion of New Year’s, PM Dimitar Kovacevski promises to citizens that 2023 will be a better year than 2022. In it, he points out that tough decisions were made for the European future. VMRO-DPMNE President Hristijan Mickoski, too, sent a holiday message. “We have a right to a future that will be better for our ...

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Session for Parliamentary Questions Held

The central topic at Thursday’s session for parliamentary questions was the issue of controversial Macedonian citizenship documents. VMRO-DPMNE MP Dragan Kovacki asked PM Dimitar Kovacevski whether he had known before he had picked Zarko Milosevski as Director of the Agency for National Security, that he, as an operative, had signed the document concerning Oleksandr Onyschenko and if he hadn’t, whether ...

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Taleski’s Sentence in Transporter Case Reduced

After a consideration process for the appeals in the Transporter case that lasted nearly three years, the Court of Appeals has said it has reached a decision. According to the charge, the defendant, ex-Bitola Mayor Vladimir Taleski and accomplices embezzled around 360,000 euros through a tender for organised process for organised transport of students in Bitola. With the Court of ...

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Interior Minister Spasovski Briefing about Tabanvce Operation

A commander, a deputy commander, a shift head, and six police officers were arrested last night at Tabanovce Border-Crossing. They are suspected of bribery and abuse of official position, Interior Minister Oliver Spasovski confirmed at a briefing on Monday. Searches were conducted both in the workplace of the suspects and in their homes, the Minister noted. “Fighting corruption is a ...

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PM Kovacevski Comments on Several Topics

On Wednesday, PM Dimitar Kovacevski said there wouldn’t be any Government reshuffle. Also, he refused to comment also on the issue of the low trust in the judiciary and Prosecutor’s Office because it was about a separate power in the country.  Regarding the opposition’s questions about the new Agency for National Security Director, Zarko Milosevski, he said the services carrying ...

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Bomb Threats in Skopje and Bitola Fake

The Interior Ministry’s checks have determined that the Friday’s bomb threats in Skopje and Bitola are fake. The authorities have informed also NATO structures. The Interior Ministry has already formed a special HQ, while the Coordination Council is expected to discuss the matter from the standpoint of national security. The bomb threats were made against 10 schools in Skopje, five ...

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49 Schools Receive False Bomb Threats in One Day

49 primary and secondary schools in Skopje and in Kumanovo were target of e-mail threats for bombs on Thursday morning. From the Interior Ministry they inform that all of the bomb threats were false. “Like in previous cases, the threats have been sent via e-mail with the use of a virtual private network (VPN). The sector for cyber-crime at the ...

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President Pendarovski Speaks on Phone with US State Department Adviser Chollet

President Stevo Pendarovski spoke on the phone with Advisor at the US Department of State Derek Chollet. Pendarovski informed via Facebook that he and Chollet discussed the processes for EU integration of North Macedonia, the efforts for fighting corruption and organised crime, and the security situation in the region. PM Dimitar Kovacevski also had a phone conversation with Chollet, discussing ...

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