Macedonia in 60th place on the Good Country Index


Skopje, 4 June, 2016 - 12:36 (META) 

Sweden finds itself at the top of the list because of its positive lifestyle. Iceland is also at the top because of its contributions to the planet and preserving the environment, as it produces minimum harmful materials and low emissions of carbon dioxide. Britain is at the top when it comes to science and technology, says the Index of Good Countries.
The index shows that Sweden, not only has a suitable economy, but they are doing more good, than harm than any other country. This year, 38 countries were added to this list. Libya is at the bottom.

Taking all factors into account, Macedonia is in 60th place on the list.

In the separate categories, at the bottom of the list, we are in terms of international peace and security (125th place) and health (119th place).

We are 93rd on the list when it comes to prosperity and equality, 62nd for the planet and the climate, and 59th in the world order.

In terms of culture, we are 57th on the list, and in science and technology 27th.


Macedonian-Albanian cooperation in the sphere of culture


Тирана, 17 March, 2015 - 10:47 (META) 

“Macedonian-Albanian cooperation in the sphere of culture is successful, on mutual satisfaction. Ii is accomplished through numerous activities in the field of protection of cultural heritage, tours of theaters from Macedonia to Albania and reciprocal visits of theaters from Albania on international festivals in our country. Also significant is cooperation in music-drama, folklore and publishing activity, as well as in cinema, where co-production projects were realized,” concluded Ministers of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia and Albania, Elizabeta Kancheska-Milevska and Mirela Kumbaro, at the meeting in Tirana.

The cooperation program in the field of culture between the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Albania for the period 2015-2020, signed by Macedonian Minister Elizabeta Kancheska-Milevska and her Albanian counterpart Mirela Kumbaro in Tirana will mark a new impulse for further productive contacts.

With the signing of the cooperation program, the opportunity to annually arrange activities that will be implemented between the two countries is opening. The document is a legal framework to promote cooperation and to intensify the exchange of projects between cultural institutions of the two countries.