Skopje – Four workers have been injured in an accident in “Makstil” steel plant early Saturday. Media report that workers received severe burns after a 100-tonne mold cavity unhooked and dropped, whereas the melted metal spilled and caused a fire.
Skopje – Public enterprise “Railways Transport” has put into use the first of four new electric locomotives by Chinese manufacturer CRRC.
Skopje – The 11th March for Tolerance under slogan “Education without Discrimination” took place in Skopje on Saturday, dedicated this year to fighting discrimination in education. The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights organizes the March for Tolerance on the International Day for Tolerance.
Belgrade – Serbian Minister of Labor, Employment and Veteran and Social Policy Zoran Djordjevic has said that as of January 1, the country will introduce the “e-foreigner” application for working permits for nationals from North Macedonia and Albania, in the framework of the so-called “Small Schengen” initiative, MIA reports from Belgrade.
Belgrade – Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has been admitted to a hospital after experiencing heart problems, his office said on Saturday.
Prague – More than 100,000 people are expected to gather in the Czech capital Prague on Saturday for a demonstration against Prime Minister Andrej Babis.
Bogota – At least five people died after being shot in clashes between coca farmers and security forces in Bolivia on Friday, local media reported.