Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Upholding Agreements: North Macedonia's Foreign Affairs Ministry Emphasizes Treaty Compliance

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of North Macedonia has urged the country's politicians, particularly elected state officials, to exercise caution in adhering to the Prespa Treaty signed with Greece in 2018, which altered the country's name and secured NATO membership.

By Decree: The President Appointed Dimitar Glavchev Foreign Minister While He Is Still Acting Prime Minister

President Rumen Radev has issued a decree appointing acting Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev as the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and Georgi Takhov as the acting Minister of Agriculture and Food, according to an announcement from the presidential institution.

Week One in Bulgaria's Caretaker Government: Calls for 2 Ministerial Changes Intensify the Crisis

Yesterday, Acting Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev proposed to President Rumen Radev to relieve the Acting Minister of Agriculture Kiril Vatev from his post and to appoint Georgi Takhov as head of the department, the government information service reported. Takhov is currently the executive director of the State Fund "Agriculture".

Transition of Power: Mariya Gabriel Hands Foreign Minister Post to Stefan Dimitrov

Mariya Gabriel, the former Foreign Minister, has passed on her duties to Stefan Dimitrov. This transition marks the only change in the caretaker cabinet composition, as announced by Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev during the ministerial presentation.

Dacic: Gov't has set up team to fight against Pristina's CoE admission

BELGRADE - Serbian FM and First Deputy PM Ivica Dacic confirmed to Tanjug on Friday a team to fight against Pristina's potential admission to the Council of Europe (CoE) had been set up at a government session earlier in the day.

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic demanded an urgent establishment of the team at an extraordinary government session on Thursday.

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