2 March 2021
Skopje – Insufficient vaccine production capacity is definitely the reason for the delayed distribution of jabs to North Macedonia. The country has done everything in its power to have vaccines delivered as soon as possible, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said on Tuesday during a visit to Skopje’s Shuto Orizari municipality.
Skopje –Tuesday’s hearing in the trial against the organizers of the Parliament storming on April 27, 2017, has been postponed to March 5, the Skopje-based Criminal Court said.
Skopje – Economic Chamber President Branko Azeski urged all parliamentary parties to pass economic legislation at Tuesday’s session in Parliament that is taking place after almost a month of standstill.
Skopje – Deputy PM for Economic Affairs Fatmir Bytyqi, State Market Inspectorate director Stojko Paunovski and representatives of hospitality businesses agreed on Tuesday that draft-protocols on operation of wedding venues and nightclubs are submitted to the Commission for Infectious Diseases.
Skopje – The job vacancy rate was 1.57% in the fourth quarter of 2020, the State Statistical Office data read.
Vienna – Austria no longer wants to rely exclusively on the European Union for coronavirus vaccines and will develop a version against future variants together with Denmark and Israel, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced on Tuesday.
Dublin – Following its entry into Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia, German discounter Lidl is set to open its first store in North Macedonia, Dublin-based publication European Supermarket Magazine (ESM) has reported.
Rio de Janeiro – Colombia on Monday took delivery of 117,000 doses of vaccine from the international Covax initiative, the first country in Latin America to do so.