7 May 2021
Skopje – Brussels could potentially press ahead with talks with Albania over membership of the EU even as negotiations with North Macedonia stall, according to Enlargement Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi.
Skopje – Deputy PM for European Affairs Nikola Dimitrov is paying a working visit to Estonia on Friday.
Skopje – President Stevo Pendarovski and VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski are set to meet on Friday at 3 pm, discussing the April 27 case and current political-economic developments, as the opposition party has said.
Skopje – United States company “Lear Corporation” and “Normak Investment Group” will lay Friday the cornerstone of a new joint investment worth EUR 15 million in the Tetovo technological-industrial development zone.
Skopje – The Ministry of Interior (MoI) is observing Friday Macedonian Police Day – May 7.
Skopje — Instead of its traditional May Opera Evenings, canceled this year because of the pandemic, the National Opera and Ballet this May will host a series of concerts that will be broadcast on TV24 or via YouTube.
Porto, – EU governments on Friday will attempt to hash out the bloc’s strategy on social affairs at a meeting in Porto, against the background of the crisis unleashed by the pandemic, leaving thousands of people unemployed.
Tokyo – Japan plans to extend the current state of emergency in Tokyo and three western prefectures, the government said, as the regions have struggled to rein in a fourth wave of coronavirus infections.
Berlin – Manchester United had little difficulty in completing the job started with their semi-final first leg thrashing of Roma last week with a 3-2 defeat in Italy securing easy progress to the Europa League final on Thursday.