Skopje – The government is stable and the situation is stable. Macedonia is safe and the country’s EU integration is guaranteed, First Deputy Prime Minister Artan Grubi said Sunday.
Skopje – Certificates showing COVID-19 full vaccination or full recovery from the virus in the past 45 days at the latest counting from the day of recovery have been made mandatory to enter facilities starting Monday (Nov. 15).
Skopje – Finance Minister Fatmir Besimi insists that the government has been taking measures to alleviate the consequences from the energy crisis. Four billion denars have been already transferred to ESM, the state-owned electricity producer, to provide additional electricity, according to him.
Sofia – Bulgarian President Rumen Radev, who is seeking re-election in Sunday’s presidential elections, said the opening of EU membership negotiations of North Macedonia will not depend on the next Bulgarian government but solely on the country itself.
Geneva – North Macedonia is the least corrupted country in the Western Balkans, shows the Global Corruption Index (GCI) of the Global Risk Profile (GRP), a Swiss risk management company.