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Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov held a meeting with the Ambassadors from European Union countries accredited to Macedonia, at which he called for the opening of EU accession talks
The European Parliament (EP) has said it won't vote on a Macedonia resolution with respect to the 2016 European Commission progress report about the country, MIA reports Monday from Strasbourg.
Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs Arbr Ademi hosting the EU breakfast traditionally organized on the occasion of Europe Day – May 9 at the Secretarial for European Affairs underlined that Macedonia is going through historical moments that require
Talat Xhaferi has sent a letter to President Gjorge Ivanov over the formation of a parliamentary majority and the election of a Speaker.
Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn said violence in the Macedonian Parliament will not affect the country's chances for the start of EU accession talks only if they are not repeated.
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev issued a statement Friday expressing concern over the situation in Macedonia where clashes in and outside Parliament on Thursday night left many injured, including deputies and police officers.
The Council of Europe calls on Friday the parties in Macedonia to deescalate the situation and refrain from violence.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki is scheduled to travel to the informal meeting of European Union foreign affairs ministers at Malta which is called by EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini.
Sweden's ambassador to Macedonia, Mats Staffansson, speaking on behalf of EU, US diplomats, voiced concern late Thursday over today's developments in Macedonia's Parliament.
The democratic process in Macedonia must be let to run its course.
Italian Ambassador Ferdinando Nelli Feroci, head of the Institute for Geostrategic Research and Foreign Policy at the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, will speak at the Macedonian Foreign Affairs Ministry's Institute
Members of the European Parliament expressed their concern about the political situation in Macedonia, at the session of the Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee AFET.
The lack of clear prospect for joining the European Union is one of the reasons for the deep political crisis in Macedonia, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki said Wednesday in Strasbourg to the Joint Macedonia EU Parliamentary Co
Foreign Affairs Minister Nikola Poposki will attend a meeting of the Joint Macedonian - European Parliamentary Committee in Strasbourg
Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov reiterated Monday his stance on the necessity of eliminating the legal and political obstacles for the new government not to be contested by any party and on any basis.
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