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23 April 2021 

23 April 2021 

Skopje – Twenty-four people have been caught breaking the nationwide curfew on Thursday, the Ministry of Interior said in a press release on Friday.

Skopje – Every future failure to realize the European prospects of the region and the uncertainty of EU’s intentions creates a vacuum that can be filled by other global players and undermines the Union’s role at international level, which could have security implications, Deputy PM for European Affairs Nikola Dimitrov and Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė said during a meeting in Vilnius on Friday.

Skopje — Working in the country’s tertiary education institutions in the 2020-21 academic year were 4,288 teachers and supporting staff, according to the latest figures released by the State Statistical Office.

Skopje – Minister of Health Venko Filipche said on Friday that the epidemiological situation in North Macedonia is improving, the number of new coronavirus cases is dropping and hospitals are under less pressure.

Skopje – Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani, who is paying a visit to the Republic of Kosovo on Friday met with his counterpart Donika Gërvalla-Schwarz and discussed bilateral cooperation focusing on the economy and opportunities to improve infrastructure connectivity.

Skopje — It is their personal decision, whether they come [to their vaccination appointment] or not, Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi said in response to a reporter asking how many Members of Parliament will get their Sputnik V vaccines at the Boris Trajkovski Sports Arena mass vaccination site in Skopje on Friday.

Skopje – The immunization against COVID-19 in North Macedonia is going well. I’m once again calling on citizens to apply for vaccination at vakcinacija.mk. Some 150,000 citizens have registered for inoculation thus far, Health Minister Venko Filipche said on Friday.

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