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Instead of freedom, torture over the media seeking transparency from current officials

Lately, pressures have been rising, as threats to media and journalists. Last is the case with the owner of the portal Zhurnal, who is trying to inform the public where the money goes from the municipality of Kicevo. In order to silence him,...
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Tevdovski and Alagjozovski – the weakest link in Zaev’s government

Prime Minister Zaev announced a spring reshuffle of the government and there have been increasing reports that Finance Minister Tevdovski and Culture Minister Alagjozovski will be the first to bid farewell to this government team. “Sloboden...
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Macedonian minister in Zaev’s government involved in Cambridge Analytica scandal ?!

The Managing Director of the Rating Agency Nikola Spasov and the Minister without Portfolio in the SDSM government Edmond Ademi were part of the Cambridge Analytica network, which has been accused of improperly using information from more...
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras looks up during a swearing-in ceremony of the newly appointed members of the Government at the Presidential Palace in Athens on July 18, 2015. Tsipras on July 17 reshuffled his government, a day after a major lawmaker mutiny in his radical left Syriza party over a draconian bailout deal. In a bid to show international creditors he is in control of his cabinet, Tsipras ditched 10 members of his team, including ministers and deputy ministers, who voted against the measures demanded by the country's creditors. AFP PHOTO / ANGELOS TZORTZINIS        (Photo credit should read ANGELOS TZORTZINIS/AFP/Getty Images)

Greece opposition party criticizes Tsipras for his response to question from Skopje reporter

The opposition party New Democracy has accused Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of addressing national issues ‘irresponsibly and superficially’. The accusation came after the Greek PM responded to a question of a MIA correspondent in...
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Mickoski to Kotzias: Macedonia’s national and state interests must not be jeopardized!

VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski met Friday with Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Kotzias. Mickoski emphasized that VMRO-DPMNE supports developing good neighborly relations, based on sincere friendship and mutual respect. Macedonia...
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Tsipras for MIA: you will not be able to use the name Macedonia, but Upper Macedonia

Greece sets two key conditions for the name row settlement – a sustainable and complex name with geographic determinant, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Friday in Brussels to a question of MIA correspondent. ‘The solution should be sustainable...
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Zaev – Kotzias: Time for compromise, leaders’ decisions

The talks between Macedonia and Greece on settling the name dispute should be focused on the future of both countries, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said Friday at a meeting with visiting Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias. ‘We should be determined...
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Our name is Macedonia – Kotzias welcomed with banners

The meetings of Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias began with protests. During his meeting with Macedonian Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov, a group of citizens gathered outside the Foreign Ministry’s building to express their dissatisfaction...
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Ivanov does not change his position on the Law on Languages

President Gjorge Ivanov remains on the already stated position on the Law on the Use of Languages and the signing of the decree for its promulgation, the President’s office confirmed for MIA. After the repeated vote on the bill on...
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Kotzias with busy agenda in Skopje – press conference after meeting with Dimitrov

Greek Foreign Minister Kotzias’ visit is part of the continuous dialogue between the two foreign ministers, dedicated to the promotion of relations between the two countries. After Thursday’s dinner, the talks between ministers...