Macedonia

Ilir Meta: There are many gaps in Albanian-Serbian relations

There are many gaps in Serbian-Albanian relations, when taken into consideration other neighboring countries. Macedonian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ilir Meta said following the strong objection made by the Self-Determination movement in Kosovo regarding the Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha’s announcement of financial assistance for Kosovo …

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Montenegrin Deputy PM on EU, Kosovo

Montenegrin Deputy Prime Minister Svetozar Marović said that Serbia’s success in European integration will help the entire region’s goals of EU accession. He said that the visa liberalization for Serbia, Montenegrin and Macedonian citizens confirms these countries are on a good path towards the EU and are achieving concrete results …

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Macedonian President Ivanov says euro-enthusiasm prevails in Macedonia

Euro-enthusiasm, not euro-skepticism, prevails in Macedonia given the fact that 95.96 percent of population hails the European Union, Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov said. “We met the Copenhagen criteria, the criteria that must be met by countries aspiring to join the bloc. However, we were not allowed to start the EU …

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Greece to open borders for citizens of Macedonia

Although the name issue is unsolved, Greek borders will be officially opened for citizens of Macedonia on Saturday. Macedonian PM gave himself the credit for visa liberalization, adding that the only necessary document for Greece would be a piece of paper, which would get stamped at Greek customs. Greek Minister …

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Croatia’s ambassador becomes Doyen Ambassador to Macedonia

Croatian Ambassador Ivan Kujundjic has become a Doyen Ambassador to Macedonia, Croatian foreign ministry said in a statement. “For a small country such as the Republic of Croatia, it’s a great recognition to be first among the representatives of the international community in certain country,” Kujundhic said. He serves as …

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Macedonia-Kosovo Demarcation Legal

Macedonia’s Constitutional Court has decided not to launch a procedure following an initiative put forward by the opposition Liberal Democratic Party, LDP, to review the constitutionality of the recent Macedonia-Kosovo border ratification agreement. The judges decided that the bilateral agreement involved only a demarcation deal and did not changed the …

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Bulgarian PM Borisov has talks with Gruevski, Tadic

Bulgarian Prime Minister (PM) Boyko Borisov has discussed issues on bilateral relations of Bulgaria with Macedonia and Serbia. In a telephone talks he has wished the two friendly countries on their path to the integration in European structures and has welcomed the official Serbia’s application for EU accession, the government …

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Gruevski: Macedonia Ruling Coalition Doing Well

Macedonian Prime Minister and leader of the main ruling party VMRO-DPMNE, Nikola Gruevski, said that he was satisfied with the functioning of the partnership between the VMRO-DPMNE and its junior partner, the ethnic Albanian Democratic Union for Integration, DUI. Gruevski said that communication with the DUI was “relatively good” and …

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