Athens – North Macedonia’s President Stevo Pendarovski in an interview with Greek newspaper “To Vima”, conducted ahead of his visit to Greece on Oct. 5-6, talks about the Prespa Agreement, the country’s EU perspective and its relations with Bulgaria, the country’s cooperation with Greece as well as the agreement with Turkey, MIA’s Athens correspondent reports.
Tetovo – The road to solution is through talks and though dialogue. We are friendly countries and our people are close. As immediate neighbors with Bulgaria, we should cooperate, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev told reporters on Sunday.
Sofia – Bulgaria intends to resume the course it has had in its relations with North Macedonia, that is to protect its national interest the best way it can, Bulgarian Prime Minister Stefan Yanev has stated.
Halle – The celebrations for the 31st German Unity Day began on Sunday in the central city of Halle with a joint religious service including Christians, Jews and Muslims. Among others, President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Chancellor Angela Merkel took part in the service in St Paul’s Church in the city that was in East Germany when the nation was divided.
Rome – Italy’s most important political names, from Mario Draghi and Matteo Salvini to Giorgia Meloni and Giuseppe Conte, are not even on the ballot papers.