20 July 2021
Skopje – North Macedonia recorded 21 new cases out of 3,219 COVID-19 tests over the past 24 hours.
Skopje – We have developed complete resocialization programs for families and returning foreign fighters following the serving of prison sentences, which are rather lengthy according to standards of NATO member-states, said Prime Minister Zoran Zaev on Tuesday.
Skopje – Have no doubt, we’ll have modern, secure road infrastructure as it is appropriate in any modern European country, vowed Minister of Transport and Communications Blagoj Bochvarski.
Skopje – The Ministry of Health said Tuesday that 27.5 percent of the country’s population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Skopje — As of today, 463,048 citizens have received at least one Covid-19 vaccine dose in the country and 284,680 citizens have received two, according to the Ministry of Health on Tuesday.
Skopje – As part of the regular working meetings for monitoring the implementation of activities within the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA), Interior Minister Oliver Spasovski, alongside State Secretary Magdalena Nestorovska, took part on Tuesday in an online meeting with representatives of the Delegation of the European Union to North Macedonia, led by Nicola Bertolini, Head of Cooperation at the EU Delegation.
Skopje — During their farewell meeting on Tuesday, President Stevo Pendarovski and Israeli Ambassador to the country Dan Orian confirmed that North Macedonia and Israel would continue nurturing close relations based on mutual trust and respect.
Skopje – According to State Statistical Office data, the average monthly net wage paid per employee in May 2021 stands at Mden 28,721, a 8.8% (Mden 2,331) increase compared to the same month last year, the government said in a press release on Tuesday.
Skopje — Five feature films and 14 shorts will be screened during the fourth Beach Film Festival of New European Film in Ohrid from July 21 to 25. The selection includes the German-Italian-Danish thriller “Human Factors” (2021), Greek family drama “Moon, 66 Questions” (2020), French romantic comedy “Sexfish” (2019), and Yugoslav partisan movie “The Only Way Out” (1958).
Kumanovo – North Macedonia’s Minister of Transport and Communications Blagoj Bochvarski and Serbia’s Minister of Infrastructure, Construction and Transport Tomislav Momirović handed over free e-toll cards to Serbian tourists at the Tabanovce border crossing on Tuesday.
Dortmund – German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived at flood-affected areas in North Rhine Westphalia on Tuesday, her second trip to the flood-hit region in western Germany.
London — People continued to risk making the perilous journey across the English Channel to Britain on Tuesday, with numbers for 2021 now approaching the entire figure for 2020.
Beijing – China has rejected the cyberattack allegations by the United States and its NATO and EU allies, calling them “slander.”