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12 November 2021

12 November 2021

Skopje – Besa MP Kastriot Rexhepi says he will face the media on Monday in order to clear the air regarding his failure to appear for yesterday’s Government no-confidence vote in the Parliament.

Skopje – Friendship with the United States, the European Union and regional countries has no alternative and is unquestionable, says DUI leader Ali Ahmeti.

Skopje – Economic activities in the free zones have continued to rise in October, shows a monthly analysis of the Technological-Industrial Development Zones (TIDZ). This trend is expected to continue until the end of the year and reach and even exceed EUR 3 billion in exports, highest on record, says the Free Zones Authority.

Skopje – The COVID-19 pandemic significantly altered the structure of online transactions in North Macedonia. Prior to it, citizens shopped from abroad, while now they shop locally, an encouraging fact that benefits domestic online sellers, E-Commerce Association President Nina Angelovska told the opening of the 4th Annual Conference on E-Commerce on Friday, held in hybrid format in Skopje under the slogan “Ready, Set, Grow.”

Skopje – For the time being, there is no recommendation for new restrictions and we believe the current ones are sufficient if respected, said Health Minister Venko Filipche on Friday.

Skopje – Total industrial turnover in September 2021 increased by 13.5% compared to August 2021, as well as 2.8% compared to September 2020. Industrial turnover in the period January-September 2021 was 18.6% higher compared to the period January-September 2020, State Statistical Office data shows.

Bitola – French Ambassador Cyrille Baumgartner and German Ambassador Anke Holstein refrained from commenting current political developments in North Macedonia early on Friday.

Athens – Greece has extended the COVID-19 entry rules for two weeks, which include travelers to provide mandatory vaccination certificate and fill out online the PLF (Passenger Locator Form), or if they’re travelling with only negative PCR test results to undergo additional mandatory testing at borders, MIA reports from Athens on Friday.

Germany has posted another record high of 263.7 confirmed coronavirus cases per 100,000 people, the official Robert Koch Institute (RKI) said early Friday.

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