Macedonian National Bank said on October 2 that foreign debt in the first six months of 2014 was 5.7 billion euro or 71.66 per cent of GDP. According to the Bank, this debt […]
Bulgaria’s cabinet has approved a series of cross-border co-operation programmes with Romania, Greece, Turkey, Serbia and Macedonia. The programmes ...
With a majority of votes, MPs in Macedonia voted into power on June 19 2014 the new government of the country led by Nikola Gruevski, leader of VMRO- ...
Nikola Gruevski tabled in parliament in Skopje the proposed new cabinet and government programme on June 9 2014. The sitting of parliament where the ...
The economy in six countries in South Eastern Europe covered by a World Bank regular report began recovering from the 2012 recession, growing by 2.2 per cent on average in […]
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev has written to Gjorge Ivanov, his counterpart in Skopje, accepting his proposal that a 1999 declaration on bilateral relations be transformed into an agreement on good […]
Macedonia has decided to spend over half a million euro to put adverts for the country on Google. Government spokesman Aleksandar Georgiev said that the government secretariat has signed an agreement with […]
The inauguration of president George Ivanov, held on May 12 2014 in the parliament of Macedonia in Skopje, saw the absence of the Macedonian opposition, but also of MPs from the […]
Macedonia had surprisingly agreed to sign the 1999 good neighbourliness agreement with Bulgaria, daily Sega said, quoting statements by Bulgarian head of state Rossen Plevneliev and his counterpart in Skopje, […]
The two largest parties in Macedonia, VMRO-DPMNE and Democratic Union for Integration (BDI) announced on May 10 2014 an agreement on the formation of a new government. “VMRO-DPMNE and BDI, as the two […]