Skopje Prime Minister Zoran Zaev today said that Nikola Gruevski’s escape is not related to the vote in Parliament for the start of the changes to the Constitution stemming from the Prespa Agreement, however, nevertheless, he added that he is concerned…
Brussels European Commissioner for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn indirectly commented on the escape of former convicted Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski on his Twitter account, saying it is a “matter of Europe’s credibility”. “A strong rule of law is one of the fundamental criteria of EU accession. After years of backsliding, Macedonia is making good progress in this area,…
The Basic Public Prosecutor’s Office for Prosecuting Organized Crime and Corruption (BPPS-POCC) has announced that a pre-trial investigation has begun, due to suspicion that certain officials abused their official position, enabling Nikola Gruevski to flee Macedonia.
The prosecution says the ›
It is good that after the consultative referendum agreement will be discussed in Parliament, says Maas
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said that those who voted in the referendum want the country to continue its path to the EU and NATO.
“Even though many wanted a greater turnout, I am glad that the vast majority of ›
Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, regarding the progressive tax, announced today at the Government that he will not back down since certain appeasements were already made once.
-We made our appeasement. From 1000 euros we made an appeasement to 1500 euros. ›
The movie “The Secret Ingredient” directed by Gjorche Stavreski, will be the national candidate from Macedonia to run for the Oscar award for a Best Foreign Language Film for the year 2019, announced today Macedonia’s Film Workers’ Association.
The decision, ›