Skopje – Patrick Martens, Chief Executive of the Delegation of the German Industry and Commerce in North Macedonia, held a meeting with Deputy Economy Minister Kiril Kolemishevski to discuss the delegation’s activities, the support it provides to German companies interested to invest and to Macedonian companies striving to promote their goods or services in Germany.
Skopje – Job ads have been issued and will be issued in line with the annual programs and needs of the state institutions. It has nothing to do with the 2020 election, Minister of Information Society and Administration Damjan Manchevski said Thursday.
Skopje – Roaming charges with Greece will drop as of the coming summer season, Minister of Information Society and Administration Damjan Manchevski has stated.
Tearce – Minister of Transport and Communications Goran Sugareski during his visit Thursday to Tearce municipality said that all official procedures are complete related to the gas pipeline whereat the municipalities are expected to be connected to it next year. He also added that reconstruction works of the secondary water supply network are being performed by ministry and municipality.
Skopje – As part of the Ministry of Culture-supported Art Fem project—which, according to organizers, showcases art created under challenging circumstances—a traveling exhibition of Doroti Pachkova’s artworks will be shown in Shtip’s Youth Cultural Center.
Zagreb – Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, who is running for her second term in office, at midnight on Wednesday formally launched her campaign in Drazice, in the hinterland of Rijeka, which is her birthplace.
Paris – Protesters took to the streets around France on Thursday as a strike against President Emmanuel Macron’s pension reform plans hit public transport and air traffic.