Skopje – Salary increase is the Government’s priority and that is why we undertake series of measures in this regard, including the increase of the minimum wage but also establishment of a legal mechanism for its regular alignment, says Finance Minister Dragan Tevdovski in an interview with Radio Free Europe.
Skopje – Deputy PM for European Affairs Bujar Osmani and Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov will pay March 18-19 a visit to Brussels. On Monday, Osmani and Dimitrov will take part at a working breakfast with EU foreign ministers, hosted by Greek and Romanian FMs, Georgios Katrougalos and Teodor Melescanu respectively, the Secretariat for European Affairs said in a press release.
Skopje – The Macedonian Red Cross observes its 74th anniversary and 24 years of membership in the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
Belgrade – President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday Serbia would not allow violence to endanger anyone and that everyone breaking the law would be tried, as thousands of citizens protested against him outside the presidency building, surrounded by numerous police, Hina reports.
Wellington – Facebook has removed 1.5 million videos of the Christchurch mosque shootings “in the first 24 hours” after the attack, the social media giant said on Sunday.