13 August 2021
Skopje – The “Beyond Ohrid” conference, which marks the 20th anniversary of the Ohrid Framework Agreement, is taking place Friday in Skopje.
Skopje – The Foreign Ministry (MFA) advises North Macedonia’s citizens against traveling to Afghanistan as security in the country is worsening alongside increasing attacks there.
Skopje – Good relations between ethnicities, social cohesion, non-discrimination and tolerance, their implementation and continued use are the postulates of the Ohrid Framework Agreement, signed 20 years ago today, Deputy PM for Economic Affairs Fatmir Bytyqi underlined in a written statement on Friday.
Skopje — North Macedonia registered on Thursday high interest in vaccination, the Ministry of Health said in a press release on Friday, adding that the immunization process is going well nationwide.
Skopje — Around 501 police officers, 197 motorcycle patrols, and 144 police vehicles — along with three special police units — were deployed across the country over the past 24 hours to help put out the fires and prevent new ones, according to the latest press release from the Ministry of Interior.
Skopje – We’re gathered here today to think about the bravery men and women showed 20 years ago and to express our deepest respect towards them with the promise to implement and embrace the spirit of peace agreed upon on 13 August 2001, First Deputy PM Artan Grubi said on Friday at a conference marking the 20th anniversary of the Ohrid Framework Agreement.
Skopje – President Stevo Pendarovski in a speech at the “Beyond Ohrid” conference on Friday, commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Ohrid Framework Agreement, mentioned three documents as having played a key role for the future of the country, namely the first constitution adopted on November 17, 1991, the 2001 Ohrid Agreement, and the 2018 Prespa Agreement.
Skopje – The Ohrid Framework Agreement set the new rules of social cohesion and better inter-ethnic functioning, which was the strongest and most solid foundation on which we visibly transformed our multi-ethnic, multi-confessional and multicultural society, Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi said in his address at the solemn academy on the 20th anniversary of the Ohrid Framework Agreement.
Skopje – Out of 3,497 new COVID-19 patients registered in the past week (August 6-12), 450 were fully vaccinated, while 87.1%, i.e. 3,047, were not vaccinated, the Ministry of Health said in a press release on Friday.
Seoul – Lee Jae Yong, the de facto head of Samsung‘s corporate empire, was released from prison early, seven months after being jailed for corruption, according to South Korean media reports Friday.