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8 July 2021

8 July 2021 

Skopje – Prime Minister Zoran Zaev held a meeting on Thursday with NATO’s former Supreme Allied Commander Europe, Wesley Clark.

Skopje – Ahead of the second ministerial meeting on employment and social affairs between EU and Western Balkans in Slovenia’s Brdo pri Kranju, Minister of Labor and Social Policy Jagoda Shahpaska attended Thursday a working breakfast hosted by Austrian Minister of Labor Martin Kocher.

Skopje – The final public call from the IPARD 2 program involving farm diversification and business development has been issued, Minister of Agriculture Arijanit Hoxha and Nikica Bachovski, Director of the Agency for Financial Support in Agriculture and Rural Development, announced on Thursday.

Skopje — Videos about Blazhe Koneski’s life and legacy, featuring audiovisual recordings of his poetry, will be shown for the first time at the Ministry of Culture’s back yard at 8 pm.

Athens – Greece has extended the COVID-19 travel rules for another week, which include travelers to provide mandatory vaccination certificate, negative PCR test results or proof that they’ve previously had COVID-19 and to fill out online the PLF (Passenger Locator Form), MIA’s Athens correspondent reported on Thursday.

Berlin – The rate of vaccination against the coronavirus has declined slightly in Germany, just as the more infectious Delta variant becomes the predominant strain, the official disease control body reported on Thursday.

Tokyo — International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach arrived in Japan on Thursday for the Tokyo Olympics which will take place under another state of emergency in the region.

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