2 November 2021
Skopje – Coalition partners have backed the Government and said the country needs it, especially in this period when the country must continue on the path it designed a few years ago and the achievements we have produced, and credited to leader Zoran Zaev, his perseverance and vision, said SDSM MP Slavjanka Petrovska on Tuesday.
Tirana – North Macedonia’s Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani, who is also the spokesman of the Democratic Union for Integration, shared DUI’s views on the outcome of the country’s municipal elections in a TV appearance in Albania’s News 24 “Real Story” show, MIA’s Tirana correspondent reports.
Skopje – TMRO political party has filed seven complaints over the process of counting and verification of results in the local elections runoff to the State Election Commission (SEC) by 10 am on Tuesday. The complaints refer to the process of counting and verification of the election results from polling stations 1156, 1178, 1157, 1182, 1183, 1176 and 1181 in the municipality of Staro Nagorichane.
Skopje – To help female media professionals developing digital safety approaches that will keep them safe online, the OSCE Mission to Skopje launched an eLearning course on digital safety on 2 November 2021.
Skopje – The level of the Vardar is 46 cm higher than yesterday at Jegunovce, 10 cm higher near Veles, and 4 cm higher near Demir Kapija and Skopje, according to the latest measurements by the National Hydrometeorological Service.
Moscow – Russian President Vladimir Putin has called on the military to build more medical facilities for the rapidly growing number of Covid-19 patients.
Islamabad – At least nine people have been taken to hospital in Kabul after they were injured in explosions near the entrance gate of a military hospital in Kabul’s Wazir Akbar Khan area, the non-governmental organization Emergency said on Tuesday.