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Portuguese writer Bruno Vieira Amaral: When you have a chance, give your best shot!

  Portuguese writer Bruno V. Amaral came to Macedonia for the first time for the promotion of his novel The Former Things. The novel was published by the Skopje-based publishing house Ili Ili, translated by Natasha Sardzovska and, as...
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Macedonians and Italians share a genuine passion for football

Italian Alessio Zuccarini says Macedonia has a lot to offer. Beautiful nature, historical landmarks, unique traditional food. He has been living and working here since 2004. He says he appreciates the readiness of the Macedonian people to...
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In Macedonia, I felt safe for the first time

Zabdiel Mejía is a Salvadorian who lives in Macedonia, Ohrid since 2014. He decided to come and live in Macedonia because of a scholarship he received from our country. Zabdiel revealed ‘Republika’ that the was most worried...
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Manu Torres: The road is our home

Manu Torres and Ivana Colakovska are a Spanish and Macedonian couple that has been riding around the world on Yamaha XT660Z Ténéré. They met in Mykonos. Since then, they are together, living their dream to travel around the world...
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President Ivanov discussed Tirana platform, nationalism and NGO protests with Hungarian MTVA

In an interview with the Hungarian MTVA station, President Gjorge Ivanov reiterated that he will not give the mandate to form a Government to a party that is blackmailed by a foreign country and wants to implement a foreign platform. The Tirana...
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No mandate unless legal and political obstacles removed, Ivanov tells Hungarian state TV

I cannot give the government mandate until the legal and political obstacles are removed, President Gjorge Ivanov says in an interview with Hungarian state television MTVA. Ivanov says the political problem, i.e. the Tirana Platform, is the...
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I have always felt at home in Macedonia

Mr. Ramon Abaroa Carranza’s diplomatic career began in 1996, when he was appointed cultural attaché at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain in London (UK), he also worked in Abu Dhabi (UAE), in Morocco, and he has been Ambassador of the...
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Gruevski for Serbian ‘Blic': Single spark could ignite entire Balkans

Nikola Gruevski, the president of VMRO-DPMNE, gave an interview for the Serbian newspaper Blic, Independent.mk has reported. Under what conditions would you offer your support to Zoran Zaev to form a government? “Zoran Zaev will get our...
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Professor Levin: U.S. Ambassadors and the CIA changed governments in the Balkans

The U.S. has a long history of attempts to influence the election processes and the election results in other countries, according to a research by Professor Dov Levin, Post Doctoral Fellow in the Institute for Politics and Strategy at Carnegie-Mellon...
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Macedonian people are friendly, make me feel at home

Fernando Reátegui is a young teacher from Peru who lives and works in Ohrid. Reátegui has lived and worked in several European countries, but the reason he came to Macedonia, as he told “Republika” is the opportunity to fulfill...