6 August 2020
Skopje – SDSM has started serious negotiations for formation of a four-year government, supported by stable parliamentary majority, set to focus on fight against crime and corruption on all levels, the party said in a press release Thursday.
Skopje – Electricity price hikes will not trigger rise in the prices of other products, because 90% of the industrial and commercial consumers purchase electricity on the free market. It means that our decision isn’t affecting these consumers. No inflationary spiral can be caused and there will be no increase in the prices of their products, Marko Bislimoski, Head of the Energy Regulatory Commission, has said.
Skopje – In the past 24 hours, 365 people were caught without personal protective equipment, i.e. face masks, the Ministry of Interior (MoI) said on Thursday.
Skopje – A total of 61 signed projects, of which 25 are fully implemented and 36 are underway, are included in the semi-annual report on the Local and Regional Competitiveness Project (LRCP), which aims to improve the tourism sector in the country.
Ohrid — As part of this year’s Ohrid Summer festival, Bulgarian-born Turkish brother-and-sister duo Özcan Ulucan (violin) and Birsen Ulucan (piano) will give a concert at Ohrid’s St. Sophia church at 9 pm.