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28 August 2021

28 August 2021

Skopje — Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and former Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will receive on Saturday the 2020 International Peace of Westphalia Prize for the landmark Prespa Agreement that solved the Macedonian name dispute, MIA reports from Athens.

Skopje – President Stevo Pendarovski sent a note of congratulations Saturday on the great Christian holiday, the Assumption of the Holy Mother of God, to all Orthodox believers in North Macedonia.

Skopje – Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi sent a note of congratulations Saturday on the great Christian holiday, the Assumption of the Holy Mother of God, to all Orthodox believers in North Macedonia.

Skopje – The dispute between North Macedonia and Greece was unresolved for three decades. We spend three decades unsure of our future, worrying about the negative consequences. The key strategic interests of the country, the region and Euro-Atlantic structures were blocked. But, the idea of the future guided us throughout the process. Both sides made compromises in the name of friendship and the interest of political partners, as well as their own, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said in Münster on Saturday as he received the 2020 International Peace of Westphalia Prize together with former Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras.

Struga – The poetic portrait of Golden Wreath winner Carol Ann Duffy was presented on Friday evening at the Brothers Miladinov Culture Center in Struga, as part of the 60th Struga Poetry Evenings international festival.

Münster – Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and former Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras received on Saturday the 2020 International Peace of Westphalia Prize in Münster, Germany, and stressed the importance of the Prespa Agreement for their countries, as well as for the whole region.

German vaccine maker BioNTech wants to produce malaria and tuberculosis vaccines in Africa.

Two weeks after sweeping back into power in Afghanistan, the hardline Islamist Taliban have called on all women employed in the public health sector to return to work.

Portugal super star Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Manchester United, 12 years after he ended his first contract there, the English club said on Friday.

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