MIA Flash


18 October 2021

18 October 2021

Skopje – As of Monday midnight, the prices of gasoline and diesel fuels increase by Mden 1, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) said.

Skopje — Ajde, Macedonia NGO is inviting citizens to donate canned foods or other non-perishable items to its “Feed 10,000” national food drive at select locations on Saturday, Oct. 23, from 10 am to 6 pm.

Skopje – The Chief of General Staff of the Hungarian Armed Forces, Lieutenant General General Romulusz Ruszin-Szendi, who is on a two-day official visit to the Army of the Republic of North Macedonia, visited on Monday the General Staff of the Army and the Ministry of Defense.

Skopje – President Stevo Pendarovski hosted Monday Major General Romulusz Ruszin-Szendi, the Commander of the Hungarian Defence Forces, who is paying a working visit to North Macedonia.

Skopje – No complaints have been filed to the State Election Commission (SEC) so far, over the election process, and the process of counting and verification of election results. According to the SEC, of the 286 complaints over protection of the voting right, 217 have been accepted on Election Day.

Skopje – The incumbent mayor and candidate running for mayor of the City of Skopje supported by SDSM-led coalition Petre Shilegov said Monday that they enter the second round equal to the candidate supported by VMRO-DPMNE, Danela Arsovska thus announcing a great victory.

Skopje – The results of the first election round show that it’s time to modernize Skopje and live in a city we’re all proud of. The most important things at these elections were to unite and make changes for a more beautiful Skopje, independent candidate running for mayor of the capital Danela Arsovska told a press conference on Monday, calling on Skopje residents to support her in the runoff.

Skopje – On Friday and Saturday a total of 3,250 vaccine doses were administered across the country, including 884 people who received their first dose, 2,257 who got fully vaccinated and 109 who were given a third dose, the Ministry of Health said in a press release on Monday.

Skopje – According to results of the State Election Commission (SEC) after processing 100% of data from Sunday’s local elections, the first round, 33 mayors were elected, but turnover census wasn’t met for one mayoral candidate. Votes in the municipalities of Aerodrom, Gjorche Petrov, Resen and Centar, as well as the City of Skopje are yet to be fully counted.

Skopje – North Macedonia’s 17 October local elections were competitive and fundamental freedoms were widely respected, but numerous shortcomings in the legal framework underscore the need for a comprehensive reform, the head of ODIHR’s election observation mission Tana de Zulueta told a press conference on Monday.

Skopje – The international educational space is developing intensely. The progressive community strives to create a global strategy to educate humankind, regardless of where they live and the level of their education. It’s impossible today to secure competitiveness to the higher education institutions and their graduate students to the world market without actively interacting with foreign partners. Our countries are united by the understanding that modern education should become international, and university education should become multicultural, according to the participants in Monday’s event at the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts (MANU), which officially kicked off the Russian Science Days.

Brussels – The EU Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Olivér Várhelyi will present on Tuesday the 2021 enlargement package, including European Commission reports on the candidate and potential candidate countries for EU accession.

General Colin Powell, the trailblazing son of the South Bronx who rose to the highest ranks of the US military, died of complications from COVID-19 despite being fully vaccinated, his family announced Monday.

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