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30 August 2021

30 August 2021

Skopje – North Macedonia’s Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani will host on Tuesday in Skopje his Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias, who is set to pay an official visit to the country.

Skopje – Prime Minister Zoran Zaev participated on Monday in the European Forum Alpbach (EFA), this year focused on three topics: Securing Our Future, The Climate Opportunity, and The Financing of Europe’s Future, the Government said in a press release.

Skopje – NATO membership is the crown of our 30 years of independence, Defense Minister Radmila Shekerinska told a conference on the NATO 2030 agenda and the 30th independence anniversary, held in Ohrid on Monday.

Skopje — Skopje officials are finalizing documentation for announcing the first Bus Rapid Transit tender, Skopje Mayor Petre Shilegov said in response to a reporter on Monday, adding that “this is a complex project that does not tolerate improvisation” and that the first call for a qualifying company would be open by Sept. 15.

Skopje — VMRO-DPMNE has underestimated the people of Skopje. They are aware they cannot appear before citizens with a candidate of their own. Why is the candidate embarrassed to say she is from VMRO-DPMNE? Abusing such so-called independent candidates can ruin democracy, civil society and true activism, Skopje Mayor Petre Shilegov said at a press conference Monday commenting on the largest opposition party endorsement of independent candidate Danela Arsovska for mayor.

Skopje – A total of 8,791 citizens have checked the Voter’s List so far, the State Election Commission (SEC) said in a press release on Monday.

Skopje — Industrial producer prices on the domestic market increased by 1.6% at the monthly level and by 9.9% at the annual level in July 2021, according to the latest released figures by the State Statistical Office.

Skopje – As of Monday midnight, prices of gasoline and diesel fuels increase by Mden 0.5-1 per liter, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) said.

Skopje — Around 30 poets from North Macedonia and abroad will read their poetry at the Skopje Museum of Contemporary Art on Monday night, officially ending the 60th Struga Poetry Evenings international poetry festival.

Skopje — The newly founded Skopje Poetry Festival will open on Wednesday at Skopje’s MKC with a reading dedicated to folk poetry and run through Sept. 3 with 16 local and foreign poets taking part, some of them via video because of the pandemic, organizers said.

Geneva — School closures due to the pandemic have had a disastrous effect on pupils, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO) which spoke out against fresh closures in future on Monday.

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