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21 October 2021

21 October 2021

Skopje – North Macedonia’s Defence Minister Radmila Shekerinska will take part on Thursday and Friday in the meetings of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels, which will be held in person for the first time since the country joined the Alliance.

Skopje – Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi will take part in the conference of presidents of Parliament from the 47 Council of Europe (CoE) member states, due to take part in Athens on Thursday and Friday, where he will also meet with the President of the Hellenic Parliament Konstantinos Tasoulas, MIA’s Athens correspondent reports.

Skopje – The joint Macedonian-Bulgarian commission on historical and educational issues is set to hold Thursday and Friday the 15th meeting online due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Skopje — Starting at 8 pm, the Philharmonic this evening will host a concert entitled “Contemplation with Pärt and Schnittke” conducted by Bulgaria’s Emil Tabakov.

Skopje — The screening of Gjergj Xhuvani’s “My Lake” at 8 pm will open the Cinematheque’s Albanian Film Week, which will show four more Albanian feature films and four shorts in the next four days.

NATO defence ministers are to meet on Thursday after a fresh showdown with Russia that saw Kremlin envoys to the alliance stripped of accreditation and NATO‘s office in Moscow set for shuttering.

EU leaders are to meet on Thursday for talks that were due to be dedicated dramatically rising energy prices, but now look set to be overshadowed by a showdown with Poland over the supremacy of EU law.

Barcelona were whistled by their own fans during Wednesday’s Champions League match with Dynamo Kiev but earned a crucial win while Cristiano Ronaldo struck late to secure Manchester United a comeback victory over Atalanta.

Washington — The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday approved the use of heterologous booster jabs for currently FDA-approved covid-19 vaccines as part of an expansion of the use of boosters.

Seoul — North Korea’s Foreign Ministry says its latest missile test was not a message directed at the United States.

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