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15 September 2021

15 September 2021

Skopje – It takes a lot of support, especially for small and medium-sized companies, to avoid closing businesses and losing jobs, and to help them strengthen their capacities and adapt to the new conditions caused by the pandemic, says the Vice-President of the European Investment Bank, Lilyana Pavlova, in an interview with MIA.

Skopje – State Statistical Office’s (SSO) website is constantly under fire from cyberattacks and there have been two attempts by hackers to break into the census system, which have been successfully warded off, says Apostol Simovski.

Skopje – The 2020 European Union awards for investigative journalism in Western Balkans and Turkey will be presented in Skopje on Wednesday.

Athens – Representatives of Western Balkan countries, including North Macedonia’s Deputy PM for European Affairs Nikola Dimitrov, are set to attend on Wednesday afternoon in Thessaloniki a special conference on the region titled “The Western Balkans join the dialogue on the future of Europe”, organized by Greek Alternate Minister of Foreign Affairs Miltiadis Varvitsiotis, MIA reports from Athens.

Vaccination against the coronavirus on Wednesday has become compulsory for certain occupational groups in France.

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres singled out climate change and the coronavirus as borderless threats the world is facing as he opened the 76th UN General Assembly in New York on Tuesday.
North Korea fired an unidentified missile on Wednesday, the South Korean military said.

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