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MIA FLASH

18:00/April 23/2021

18:00/April 23/2021

Skopje – Prime Minister Zoran Zaev held Friday a meeting with the Ambassador and Head of the EU Delegation, David Geer, where support was extended for the country’s development and integration processes with a focus on progress in reforms and the policies of dialogue aimed at the citizens’ interests and the state strategic goals.

Skopje – North Macedonia’s Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani, who is paying a visit to the Republic of Kosovo on Friday met with his counterpart Donika Gërvalla-Schwarz. At a joint press conference at the Kosovo’s Foreign Ministry, Osmani and Gërvalla-Schwarz rejected any idea of change of borders in the region, which is very dangerous and underlined the importance of cooperation between neighbours, MIA’s Pristina correspondent reported.

Skopje – North Macedonia gets its own Law on Asset Origin that will focus on unlawfully acquired property and capital, says Deputy PM for the fight against corruption and crime, sustainable development and human resources Ljupcho Nikolovski.

Skopje – Minister of Environment and Physical Planning Naser Nuredini presented on Friday North Macedonia’s climate ambitions at the virtual roundtable hosted by United States Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, John Kerry, as part of the climate summit organized by US President Joe Biden.

Skopje – Out of 2,841 COVID-19 tests carried out in North Macedonia in the past 24 hours, 489 cases were registered, 905 patients recovered and 33 died, the Health Ministry said on Friday.

Skopje – American company Kemet Electronics will invest EUR 10 million to expand the capacity of its production plant in the Bunardzik industrial development zone in Skopje. A new line for automatic production of car condensers and a new production hall are being established alongside a research and development center for new condensers and premises for testing new materials.

Moscow – Russia on Friday began withdrawing troops temporarily stationed on the Crimean peninsula, a move that could help to de-escalate Moscow’s tensions with Kiev and Western capitals.

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