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Vučić confirms that Gruevski went to Hungary via Serbia

In Belgrade's first official response, Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić said former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski fled to Hungary via Serbia, but before a warrant was issued and sent to Belgrade. He also said that Gruevski was accompanied by two Hungarian nationals from Macedonia to Albania. This is Belgrade's first reaction after Gruevski fled Macedonia to avoid serving a prison sentence,...

Borisov encouraged Zaev to keep on with the negotiations for solving the name dispute

The Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Boyko Borisov, greeted the willpower of Macedonian Prime Minister, Zoran Zaev with which he is working on the Euro-Atlantic integrations and encouraged him to continue with the negotiations with Greece in order to find a final solution for the name dispute, reports „BGNES“. Borisov and Zaev had a meeting today at the World Economic...

Živaljević: I was granted an approval to enter the Parliament by President Ivanov’s advisor

The security advisor at the embassy of Serbia in Macedonia and a member of the Security Intelligence Agency (BIA), Goran Živaljević, this evening has stated that his presence at the Parliament on the 27th of April was neither clandestine nor hideous but that he was given an approval by President Gjorge Ivanov's advisor, informs Serbian agency "Tanjug." -My mission...

VMRO-DPMNE: Vučić isn’t telling the truth as we have checked his claims

VMRO-DPMNE has issued a press release where it refutes the claims of Serbian president Aleksandar Vučić that a certain Macedonian institution has given its approval to the Serbian diplomat Goran Živaljević to enter the Parliament of Republic of Macedonia during the incident. "VMRO-DPMNE, which now is an opposition party, within its powers had been checking the facts and had...

Brussels has called upon Macedonia and Serbia to exercise restraint

The European Commission has called upon the authorities in Skopje and Belgrade to exercise restraint and to solve the issue with the withdrawal of the personnel of the Serbian Embassy in Skopje in a calm manner. The spokesperson of the European Commission said that the diplomatic incident is a bilateral issue for both countries that the European Union is...

Without making hasty conclusions, the Government welcomed Belgrade’s announcements of friendly relations

The government said this afternoon that it will not jump to hasty conclusions about the withdrawal of the entire staff of Serbia's embassy in the country for consultations in Belgrade, they welcomed statements from officials in Belgrade for "protecting friendly relations and restoring conditions in the usual framework" "The Republic of Macedonia is developing friendly relations with all neighboring countries....

Vuchic has no intention to confute Dachic’s statements about Macedonia

Serbian President Aleksandar Vuchic announced today in Thessaloniki that he has no intention to confute the recent statements issued by the head of Serbian diplomacy, Ivica Dachic, that Serbia has made a mistake for recognizing Macedonia under its constitutional name. -If I wanted to criticize or confute Dachic, I would have done that easily But, obviously, I haven't done...

Tsipras: Name issue must be resolved before our tiny neighbour joins NATO, EU

The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has repeated today that the name dispute between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) must be resolved before the tiny Balkan neighbor can join the European Union and NATO, reports the Greek daily newspaper "Kathimerini." Speaking during a joint press conference with Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić ahead of a trilateral summit...

Trilateral meeting Tsipras – Vučić – Borisov in Thessaloniki, Macedonia will be one of the topics

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will meet Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Thursday in Thessaloniki, reports the Greek news agency ANA-MPA. Tsipras and Vučić will participate in the Greek-Serbian high-Level Cooperation Council, after which they will give a joint statement. After the meeting with the Serbian President, Tsipras will meet with his Bulgarian counterpart in...

Ivanov – Vučić: Open issues between Macedonia and Serbia should not be politicized

We must address all open questions through a dialog and the competent institutions have find solutions, stated President Gjorge Ivanov after his meeting with his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vučić. He added that the meeting was constructive and agreed that open questions should not be politicized” stated Ivanov. “Wherever the problems are, there solutions should be found. We should not politicized...

Vučić and Ivanov exchanged “heavy and harsh words” with Thaci and Nishani at Brdo, Kranj

The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić has said that in Kranj, he and the Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov have exchanged “heavy and harsh words with the Albanian representatives” at the meeting, saying further that it is better that way rather than taking the issues on the streets, reports B92. Vučić said that he can’t remember any other such heavy and...

It’s not a criminal act that a Serbian intelligence officer was in the Macedonian Parliament, says Vučić

The Serbian Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić, after last night’s informal dinner with the Prime Ministers of the Western Balkans, when asked by a journalist about the presence of an advisor of the Serbian Embassy in Skopje in the Parliament building during the violence on the 27th of April, he said that the embassy’s advisor didn’t commit any crimes nor...

Vučić: Serbia is not interfering in Macedonia’s internal affairs

Serbia is not interfering in Macedonia’s internal affairs, said today the Serbian Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić whose mandate as a Prime Minister is about to expire and soon he is going to take over the presidential position in Serbia. -Friendly nation lives there to whom we wish peace and stability – said Vučić after visiting the mining basin Kolubara....

Serbia also alert about the situation in Kumanovo

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vuchik scheduled an extraordinary session of the Coordination Bureau of the security services for tomorrow at 1 pm, on the occasion of today's developments in Kumanovo, reported Serbian media. Vuchik's office, as well as the Interior Minister of Serbia Nebojsha Stefanovik, didn’t confirm this information because, as they say, operational data are concerned. In addition, as Radio...