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20 November 2020

20 November 2020

Skopje – Tuesday’s ministerial meeting did not put an end to the process of EU integration of North Macedonia. The European institutions and the member states remain mobilized and the German presidency will try to use the time left until the EU Council on Dec. 10-11, French Ambassador Cyrille Baumgartner tells MIA.

Skopje – To mark World Children’s Day, buildings and landmarks in Skopje on Friday will be lighting up blue as a symbolic gesture of their commitment to advance the rights of children.

Skopje – The Government is expected on Friday to declare 30-day nationwide state of crisis in response to the COVID-19 situation in the country, after Thursday’s proposal of the Security Council approved by President Stevo Pendarovski.

Zagreb – The head of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Irinej, has died from the consequences of coronavirus infection, the Serbian Orthodox Church said in a statement on Friday morning.

EU leaders’ talks on Thursday did not resolve the deadlock on their 1.8-trillion-euro (2.1-trillion-euro) budget and stimulus package, brought about by a showdown with Hungary and Poland on how to police the bloc’s basic democratic standards.

A Georgia recount of presidential election votes on Thursday upheld president-elect Joe Biden‘s victory in the traditionally Republican state.

World number two Rafael Nadal has progressed to the final four of the ATP Finals in London on Thursday after a hard-fought 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 victory over last year’s champion Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece.

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