MIA Flash


6 April 2020

Skopje – Prime Minister Oliver Spasovski says the health system is prepared to cope with the announcements over a larger number of coronavirus patients but urges citizens for support by observing the recommendations and measures, without excluding the option of further restrictions.

Skopje – Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó is paying Monday a visit to North Macedonia upon his initiative, meeting with host Nikola Dimitrov and other country’s senior officials.

Skopje – The Government is organizing Monday a charter flight from London to Skopje, to help Macedonian nationals in the UK return home.

Skopje –  The Faculty of Security and the American Corner in Skopje are set to hold an online debate “NATO Membership – Global Threats and Risks: Challenges and Opportunities” on NATO Day and North Macedonia’s full-fledged NATO membership.

Skopje – Eurostat data shows that 74,946 Macedonian citizens acquired citizenship in European countries over the past decade, primarily in Italy, Switzerland and Germany.

Berlin – UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has voiced criticism on the planned distribution process of funds by the world governing body FIFA to those in football hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.

Berlin – Two senior Germany government ministers called on Monday for collective European Union measures to be used in the fight against the new coronavirus.

London – In a rare speech broadcast late on Sunday, Queen Elizabeth II called on the British public to show “self-discipline” and “quiet good-humoured resolve” in the face of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

New York – UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned of a “horrifying global surge” in domestic violence during the coronavirus crisis, and urged governments to step up efforts to prevent violence against women, in a video message on Sunday.

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