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1 December 2021

1 December 2021

Skopje – Earthquakes measuring 3 degrees according to the European Macroseismic Scale were registered on Wednesday morning in the Kichevo epicentral area, 65 km southwest of Skopje.

Skopje — Stronger Together, the Macedonian association supporting people living with HIV, is organizing a number of events to mark World AIDS Day, Dec. 1.

Skopje – A ban on plastic bags is taking effect as of Wednesday. Only biodegradable bags will be now available to citizens, and will be charged Mden 15. The funds will be collected in a special environmental fund. According to the Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning, citizens will easily adapt to the change which is of major importance for the environment.

Skopje – Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and Alternativa leader Afrim Gashi will meet again on Wednesday in Skopje to discuss the prospect of Gashi’s party joining the government and the parliamentary majority.

Skopje – Minister of Health Venko Filipche said that the DNA analyses of the people who died in the traffic accident in Bulgaria should be complete on Wednesday or Thursday, after which, their bodies will be transported back to North Macedonia.

Skopje – Former MP and former SDSM vice president, Frosina Remenski, submitted on Wednesday candidacy application for SDSM leader. Remenski told reporters that in line with the rulebook and decisions of the party’s Central Board, she has submitted all self-candidacy application documents.

Skopje — “Toronto Express,” the newest Macedonian National Theater production, will premiere on Dec. 15. With Aleksandar Mikikj in the starring role, the play is based on Zoran Spasov-Dzof’s collection of essays “Screw, the Stork” written in Skopje slang, “a dialect that is slowly dying out and disappearing from the streets of Skopje,” MNT writes.

Berovo – The council of the Municipality of Berovo has unanimously decided to name a street in the town in eastern North Macedonia after Žan Kofol, the young fireman from Slovenia who joined firefighting teams from abroad and the country to battle forest fires in the region in August.

Sarajevo – The current situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is frustrating and threatens the peace and stability in Europe, German Minister of State for Europe Michael Roth has stated ahead of his visit to Sarajevo.

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