MIA Flash


6 May 2021 

6 May 2021 

Skopje – Deputy PM for European Affairs Nikola Dimitrov will be paying a working visit to Estonia on Friday.

Skopje – It’s a good thing that after nine months of no communication, VMRO-DPMNE has decided to thaw relations with the President, which can lead to more productive political dialogue, President Stevo Pendarovski told Deutsche Welle.

Skopje – The Ministry of Health said Thursday that a total of 926 COVID-19 patients are being treated in hospitals in North Macedonia.

Skopje – 22 people were caught breaking the nationwide curfew between 11 pm and 5 am, the Ministry of Interior said on Thursday.

Skopje – Remote, i.e. online trials increase efficiency and transparency by 60%, shows an  analysis carried out by the Justice Ministry’s digitalization working group.

Skopje – COVID-19 vaccination runs smoothly at all points across the country. Interest in vaccination grows daily, the Ministry of Health said in a press release on Thursday.

Skopje — The water levels of many of the country’s rivers are higher than their May average, according to the latest measurements by the National Hydrometeorological Service.

Rome – The European Union should start accession negotiations with North Macedonia and Albania as soon as possible to retain the credibility of the enlargement process and discourage ides of redrawing borders in the region, which would lead to destabilization in this part of Europe, North Macedonia’s Minister of Defence Radmila Shekerinska and Italy’s Undersecretary for European Affairs Vincenzo Amendola said during a meeting in Rome.

Sofia — Addressing the Bulgarian nation on the country’s Day of Valor and of the Bulgarian Armed Forces, May 6, President Rumen Radev spoke of unbreakable faith, strong character and victory over evil.

London — Ministers at the G7 have said they are “deeply concerned” about “irresponsible and destabilizing behavior” continuing in Russia.

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