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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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US Sanctions Team Left North Macedonia

The US Embassy in Skopje confirmed for Sitel TV that the Sanctions Team that arrived in Skopje a week ago has left the country. From the Embassy they report that the US Department of State remains dedicated to identifying the politicians and state officials involved in corruptive activities, but reveals no details about the team’s work. In meantime, PM Dimitar ...

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Aggeler: Corruption is Greatest Challenge for North Macedonia

US Ambassador to North Macedonia Angela Price Aggeler discussed in an interview with Sitel TV the current conditions in the judiciary in North Macedonia, as well as the state’s efforts in the fight against corruption. “I found and still find as rather confusing the process for election of a new head of the Basic Public Prosecutor’s Office for Organised Crime ...

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Private Bus Transporters Block Several Parts of Skopje Again

Employees from the private companies that provide bus transport Sloboda Prevoz and Mak Ekspres started on Monday at 06:00 am their previously announced blockade of two crossroads and one boulevard in Skopje, which caused serious problems for all participants in the traffic. Director of Sloboda Prevoz Lenin Jovanovski stated at a press conference around noon that they will continue to ...

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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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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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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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