18 January 2021
Skopje – The government says it expects tangible effects from its measures taken to stabilize the economy as early as the first quarter of the year as the ruling party SDSM is announcing that nearly 23 billion denars will be invested in capital investments throughout 2021.
Skopje – Prime Minister Zoran Zaev announced Monday that at least 8,000 Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines sent by Serbia will arrive in North Macedonia.
Skopje – Members of the Parliament’s Foreign Policy Committee probably will be informed at a session about the exchange of ideas of the working groups of the foreign ministries of North Macedonia and Bulgaria, our action plan and their response to the document, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said Monday.
Skopje – Opposition leader Hristijan Mickoski has said he is embarking on a tour to meet with politicians from the region and Europe.
Skopje – The Institute for Transfusion Medicine has collected a total of 802 units of convalescent plasma for treatment of COVID-19 patients.
Skopje – As of Monday midnight, the prices of gasoline fuels rise by Mden 1.5 per liter, the Energy Regulatory Commission has said.
Bratislava – Slovakia will impose tighter restrictions on movement and introduce further mass testing in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Igor Matovic announced late Sunday.