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Dimitrov from Open Balkans: Results Are Key in Expanding This Initiative

The conference “Open Balkans – Road to Stabilization, Cooperation and Prosperity of the Region” was held Wednesday in the Serbian National Assembly in Belgrade. Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs Nikola Dimitrov, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama and US Special Representative for the Western Balkans, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, ...

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Osmani: State Will Organize Transfer After Identification of Bodies

The autopsy of the bodies of those that passed away in the bus accident is expected to be completed by the end of the day, and the identification by the end of the week, after which the state will organize the transfer of the remains to Skopje, Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani told correspondent in Sofia. “I just heard from the ...

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Government Declared Three Days of Mourning

At the regular 120th session, the government, which began with a minute of silence in honour of the victims of the tragic car accident in Bulgaria and in condolence with their families, decided to declare three days of mourning throughout the country. 23 to 25 November (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) are declared days of mourning. During the days of mourning, ...

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Central Committee of SDSM Expected to Discuss Zaev’s Resignation

Part with hopes that Zaev will still change his mind, part with the view that his decision should be respected – opinions are divided in the SDSM leadership before Tuesday’s meeting of the Central Committee, where, according to the announcement by the Prime Minister and party president, his resignations will be made official. “It is best for Zaev to be ...

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Zaev-Gashi: Best Decision Will Be Made for All Citizens

Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and the President of the political party Alternative and MP, Afrim Gashi met in the Club of MPs, the Government said in a statement. The meeting reaffirmed the country’s determination to move towards a European future, all with the aim of fulfilling the strategic goal – the start of negotiations with the EU. “North Macedonia is ...

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There Will Be No Reshuffle, But New Government and New Prime Minister

After the consolidation and strengthening of the parliamentary majority, which is expected to happen soon, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev will activate the resignations he announced – both the position of Prime Minister and the leadership of SDSM. Then will follow the election of a new leader of SDSM, and they will be the prime minister-designate for the composition of the ...

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Joint Declaration Signed with NATO

With the signing of the joint declaration by the Commander of the NATO Supreme Allied Command Transformation General Philippe Lavigne and the Chief of General Staff, Lieutenant General Vasko Gjurcinovski officially completed the process of military integration of the Republic of Macedonia in the command structures and the Alliance. The ceremony for signing the joint declaration, in Villa Vodno, was ...

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Sekerinska Hopeful with New Bulgarian Government

“It is encouraging that a possible new government in Bulgaria says we need a new approach. We will have the same spirit of good neighbourliness, openness and the same desire to find solutions and move forward. If there is half of that spirit on the Bulgarian side, as we see these days, it is possible to see a turnaround. Definitely ...

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Minister of Agriculture and Two Deputy Ministers from Besa Resign

The Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy, Arjanit Hoxha, together with the two deputy ministers from the Besa movement, resigned Friday. The resignations, as Hoxha stated, are submitted as a moral act and respect for the organs of the Besa movement. “Due to the violation of democracy in the local elections by part of this Government led by the ...

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No-confidence Vote Session not Held after Rexhepi Decides not to Participate

After more than 10 hours in Parliament on Thursday and several attempts for a start of the session for the no-confidence vote, which wasn’t held because the opposition didn’t have a quorum, VMRO-DPMNE left at 9:30 pm. Aleksandar Nikoloski, MP and Vice-President of the party, stated that 11 November would go down as a dark day in the history of ...

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