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18:00/21 September/2021

18:00/21 September/2021

Skopje – Cooperation between the Government and the Red Cross is raised at the next level through a long-term sustainable partnership and continued delivery of humanitarian aid via the commodity reserves in time of emergency, said Prime Minister Zoran Zaev during a visit to the Red Cross on Tuesday.

Skopje – Preliminary results from the vetting of diplomats in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) has shown that the employment contracts of two persons are to be terminated because they failed to get clearance from the security services, said Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani on Tuesday.

Skopje – Discussions with Bulgaria to overcome the differences and unblock North Macedonia’s Euro-integration process continue despite the absence of a political government in Sofia, said Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani on Tuesday.

Sofia – The European Union is set to invest a total of EUR 30 million in the next seven years in development of cross-border regions in North Macedonia and Bulgaria. Funds will be provided through the Cross-Border Cooperation Programme, managed by the Bulgarian Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works.

Skopje – The arrival of the first flight from Pulkovo Airport to Skopje International Airport on Tuesday officially marks the inauguration of a direct flight from Saint Petersburg to Skopje.

Skopje – North Macedonia from September 13 until September 19 registered 3,340 new COVID-19 infections nationwide, down by 3.7% compared to the previous week, after a total of 28,972 swaps were tested, shows a weekly report of the Public Health Institute.

London – Russia was responsible for the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled.

Tripoli – Libya‘s parliament voted on Tuesday to withdraw its confidence from a unity government that took office earlier this year, highlighting increasing divisions in the country ahead of planned elections in December.

New York – UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres gave a dramatic warning at the beginning of the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, as he called on the international community to do more to combat the pandemic and climate change.

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