17 September 2021
Skopje – North Macedonia received on Thursday a donation of over 50,000 Pfizer vaccines from Bulgaria, Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani tweeted Friday morning.
Skopje – A total of 800,008 persons, 249,500 households and 336,109 apartments were counted until 8 pm on Thursday, the State Statistical Office said Friday.
Skopje — North Macedonia’s Economic Chamber head Branko Azeski and the director of the Fund for Innovation and Technological Development, Kosta Petrov, at a working meeting Thursday discussed project activities to support the real sector as well as ways of combatting the grey economy and corruption through an urgent digitalization of the state administration, according to a press release.
Skopje — Because of legal barriers banning calls for tenders ahead of local elections, public donations will finance the fire protection system to be installed in the Shtip Hospital’s new infectious diseases unit, which is expected to be put into use in two weeks’ time.
Skopje – The government does not interfere in the investigation of causes of the fire in the Tetovo modular COVID-19 hospital. If it wanted to intervene, it would not have called German investigation experts to help in investigating all the circumstances of the fire, Justice Minister Bojan Marichikj said on Friday.
Skopje – The Public Procurement Bureau and the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy delivered to the Basic Public Prosecutor’s Office for Organized Crime and Corruption on Tuesday and Thursday respectively documents on the Tetovo modular hospital, which investigators started analyzing on Friday, head prosecutor Vilma Ruskovska told reporters.
Skopje – The 42nd Manaki Brothers International Cinematographers’ Film Festival should demonstrate that the festival is alive and thriving despite everything as we all should in any other segment of life, to keep going with optimism and hope despite all the hurdles and hardship, President Stevo Pendarovski said in his speech opening this year’s edition of the festival of cinematographers in Bitola.
Zagreb — All state administration staff in Slovenia will be required to get vaccinated against coronavirus, and negative tests will no longer suffice for their workplace.