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Zaev: Snap Parliamentary Election no sooner than October 2020

The PM Zoran Zaev says that the messages coming from the opposition that they cannot reach agreement over any issue unless a snap parliamentary election is held. “Despite the signals from VMRO-DPMNE, we will do our best and invest super-human efforts in order to adopt the Draft-law on Public Prosecution. Working groups can proceed with negotiations, even though the Parliament ...

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Zaev: Adoption of Law on PPO should not be conditioned with Snap Elections

PM Zoran Zaev says that the adoption of the new Law on Public Prosecution should not be conditioned with demands for snap parliamentary election. “We do not support the idea for snap elections. We are determined to use this period for reconciliation, so that working groups can do their job. If we are to be responsible before the state and ...

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US Assistant Secretary for Europe, Eurasia Reeker pays Visit to Macedonia

The US Assistant Secretary of State for Europe and Eurasia Philip Reeker paid on Friday an official visit to Macedonia. Reeker was hosted by the PM Zoran Zaev in the Macedonian Government, and after their meeting they held a joint press conference. “Through the Prespa Agreement, North Macedonia showed an example of courageous solutions to the problems and the ability ...

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US Committee on Foreign Affairs Ratifies NATO Protocol for Macedonia

The Secretary General of SDSM Ljupco Nikolovski announced via his Facebook profile that the Committee on Foreign Affairs at the US Senate has officially ratified the NATO Protocol for Accession of Macedonia in the Alliance. “The Committee on Foreign Affairs at the US Senate ratified the NATO Protocol. We are realising one of the greatest strategic goals of our country. ...

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Government promotes Action Plan against “Fake News”

The PM Zoran Zaev presented at a press conference on Wednesday the Governmental Action Plan for combatting the phenomenon of “Fake news” and promotion of disinformation in the media. “Disinformation and abuse of the media and technology remain one of the greatest challenges of the modern societies in 2019. This is a serious phenomenon which dents the democratic values and ...

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Janeva: I am not involved in “Racketeering” Case in any way

The Head of the Special Public Prosecution (SPO) Katica Janeva held a press conference on Tuesday in the premises of SPO, commenting on the writings in the media about her alleged involvement in the “Racketeering” case, where she is believed to have been influenced by 1TV owner Bojan Jovanovski and businessman Zoran Mileski to act out decisions with milder consequences ...

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Dulgarian: Mitsotakis to block Skopje as much as NATO, EU allow him to

The US analyst Jack Dulgarian says in an interview for Greek news agency Neos Cosmos that the Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis will try to influence alterations of the Prespa Agreement only as much as the NATO and EU will allow him. “So far Mitsotakis has agreed he will stick to the Prespes Agreement but will apply pressure on Skopje on ...

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Dimitrov attends Conference in Athens, discusses Prespa Agreement

The Prespa Agreement, the bilateral relations between Macedonia and Greece, and Macedonia’s integration in the EU were one of the main topics discussed at the “Europe: Leaving the indecisiveness behind”, a conference organised by The Economist, which was attended by Macedonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Dimitrov. Speaking about the Macedonian-Greek relations, Dimitrov pointed out that both countries should be ...

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SPO Prosecutors distance Themselves from Katica Janeva

The team of the Special Public Prosecution (SPO) held a press conference on Tuesday, following the resignation of the Head of SPO Katica Janeva, as well as the reports in several media of her possible involvement in the “Racket” case in which 1TV owner Bojan Jovanovski and businessman Zoran Mileski ended up in detention for racketeering activities that brought them ...

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Head of SPO Katica Janeva resigns

The Head Prosecutor of the Special Public Prosecution (SPO) Katica Janeva announced on Monday that she is officially resigning from her position as head of SPO. In the press release SPO shared on their web site, Janeva says that her resignation will enter into force once the political parties in the Parliament of Macedonia reach an agreement over the new ...

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