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Coalition for European Macedonia March in Skopje

We have been dreaming for 27 years and today we are a step from achieving our dream – securing the European future for our children and future generations, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev told a crowd in downtown Skopje on Sunday. Coalition Together FOR European Macedonia staged a march FOR European Macedonia that started near the Parliament and finished in front ...

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PM Zaev addresses Parliament of Europe in Macedonian language

The PM of Macedonia Zoran Zaev, on invitation of the President of the European Parliament (EP) Antonio Tajani, addressed its assembly on Thursday. “This is a historic moment for the Macedonian people. This is the first time for a prime minister from the country to deliver a speech before the European Parliament in his own mother tongue. For the Republic ...

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PM Zaev: This historic Moment is bigger than Us, Important for our Children

The PM of Macedonia Zoran Zaev addressed the nation via a video, in which he calls upon all the citizens to vote in the referendum on the Prespa Agreement with Greece, and support the country’s integration in NATO and EU. “We decide at the September 30 referendum. This historic moment is bigger than us, our parties, quarrels or personal interests. ...

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Mickoski: Citizens should decide themselves whether to vote in Referendum

After holding consultations among the central and executive committees of VMRO-DPMNE, the party leader Hristijan Mickoski held a press conference late on Tuesday night in order to present the party’s position concerning the upcoming referendum on the Prespa Agreement. “Our country is before a cross-road, and these moments determine the destiny of Macedonia. The government calls for a step forward, ...

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EC: Macedonian citizens to Vote in Referendum without Interference

The Spokesperson of the European Commission (EC) Maja Kocijancic said that Macedonian citizens are expected to vote in the referendum without any pressures from inside and outside the country. “The EU has supported the agreement that was reached on the name issue. A number of steps are now taken in order for the agreement to become definitive. The referendum is ...

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Macedonia celebrates Independence Day

The institutions of the Government of Macedonia organised series of events on Saturday for the observation of Macedonia’s Independence Day, 8 September. On this day back in 1991, the citizens of Macedonia voted in a referendum whether they want Macedonia to become an independent state, or remain in alliance with Yugoslavia, with 95 % of the citizens supporting independence. During ...

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US President Trump Letter to Ivanov on 8 September – Independence Day

The historic Prespa Agreement resolves the long-standing name issue with Greece and paves the way for Macedonia’s membership in both NATO and the European Union, US President Donald Trump says in a note of congratulations to his Macedonian counterpart Gjorge Ivanov on the country’s Independence Day – 8 September. “On behalf of the American people, I congratulate you and the ...

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Court of Appeals Session in Absence of Gruevski

SPO prosecutor Gavril Bubevski, following the end of the public session in the Court of Appeals regarding the appeals to the first-instance verdict in the case dubbed Tank against Nikola Gruevski and Gjoko Popovski, voiced hope the Court will soon adopt a decision, within six days at the latest. At the session Bubevski assessed as unfounded all complaints filed by ...

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Former PM Gruevski Press Conference

Former PM and leader of VMRO-DPMNE Nikola Gruevski assessed as ‘futile attempts of the government and nonsense’ the information published by Wikileaks that Macedonian authorities back in 2008 accepted the name ‘Republic of North Macedonia’. “They are now in campaign and we shall probably hear a lot of other such nonsensical things. It is clear why I am in court ...

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PM Zaev Meets British Official Page

PM Zoran Zaev met Andrew Page, Director of the British Foreign Office Western Balkans Department accompanied by British Ambassador Rachel Galloway. At the meeting Mr Page stated that the region is facing a new momentum and this positive climate is largely due to the accomplishments of Macedonia, while the next steps the country needs to make are progress in the ...

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