20 October 2020
Skopje – Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani started Tuesday his working visit to Croatia where he held talks with Prime Minister Andrej Plenković.
Skopje – Minister of Transport and Communications Blagoj Bochvarski met on Tuesday with Dutch Ambassador to North Macedonia Dirk Jan Kop and discussed capital investments, focusing on construction and modernization of road and rail infrastructure.
Skopje – Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said as of Tuesday, the government starts appointing directors of the state-run institutions.
Skopje – According to the Public Health Institute’s weekly report for October 12-18, 20.3% of people who were tested in the past week proved to be infected with coronavirus. The majority of new cases were registered in Skopje, while patients are predominantly aged 30-19, the Health Ministry said in a press release Tuesday.
Skopje — In line with WHO and governmental guidelines, Skopje’s Criminal Court has published its Protocol of Protection Measures against Covid-19, which applies to all judges, clerks, prosecutors, lawyers, defendants, and state officials who enter the court.
Skopje — Skopje’s fourth Investigative Film Festival, which will run through Oct. 25, will offer streams of films for free and workshops on building better communication strategies for the common good, science-based health reporting, and solutions journalism.
Skopje – The International Festival of Children’s Literature and Illustrations ‘Litera’ at it closing ceremony presented awards to the authors of the best children’s books or picture books.
New York— Oil giant ExxonMobil on Monday said that its chief executive officer never had a “hypothetical” quid pro quo phone call with US President Donald Trump which the president played out during a rally earlier in the day.