A protest was held on November 14 2013 against the arrival of Syria’s chemical weapons in Albania and as a sign of solidarity with protesters in Albania. A group of […]
The ministry of foreign affairs of Macedonia said on October 24 2013 that a two day round of talks on the name dispute was starting that day in New Yo ...
Bulgarian Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin confirmed on October 23 that during a visit to meet his counterpart in Athens a few days earlier, he had u ...
More than 1100 refugees from the 1999 war in Kosovo are still in Macedonia. The United Nations High Commission for Refugees said that there are still ...
The European Commission (EC) released regular reports on the countries of the Western Balkans that are not members of the European Union but aspire to membership of the bloc. The […]
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon held talks on September 22 2013 with Greek foreign minister Evangelos Venizelos to discuss UN-led talks between Athens and Skopje in the dispute over the […]
The interior ministry in Macedonia has disclosed an operation code-named “Spy” in which 17 people were arrested on suspicion of espionage. Interior ministry spokesperson Ivo Kotevski said that 17 people […]
The European Parliament has approved revisions of visa regulations seen in some quarters as opening the way for reimposing visa requirements for nationals of countries such as the United States […]
Plamen Oresharski and Nikola Gruevski have become the latest two occupants of the prime ministers’ chairs in their respective countries to publicly express good intentions about the future of the […]
A meeting between the prime ministers of Bulgaria and Macedonia will be held within days, according to Bulgarian Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin. His statement, on July 23, came against a […]