Frontex deploys guards at border between Greece, North Macedonia
Frontex, the European Union's border agency, began deploying guards on Thursday at North Macedonia's southern border with Greece in a collaboration with Skopje to monitor and prevent illegal migration and cross-border crime.
Frontex officials said that under an agreement signed last October, they will deploy more than 100 border guards.
EU’s Frontex deploys border guards in joint operation with North Macedonia
The European Union's border agency, Frontex, started deploying guards at North Macedonia's southern border with Greece on Thursday in a joint operation with Skopje to control and prevent illegal migration and cross-border crime.
Serbia, North Macedonia sign three MoUs on cooperation
BELGRADE - The governments of Serbia and North Macedonia signed on Friday in Belgrade three MoUs that will advance bilateral cooperation.
The documents were signed at a ceremony also attended by Serbian and North Macedonian PMs Ana Brnabic and Dimitar Kovacevski.
North Macedonia ‘Close’ to Exposing False Bomb Threats to Schools – Minister
North Macedonia's Interior Minister Oliver Spasovski said the police was close to cracking a group of connected people they believe are behind the recent wave of bomb threats targeting schools and who he said have used VPN to hide their tracks, to make it look as if the threats are coming from addresses in Iran and Russia.
North Macedonia and Bulgaria vow to avoid clashes over national hero
The interior ministers of North Macedonia and neighboring Bulgaria met Monday to discuss security arrangements ahead of weekend celebrations to honor a 19th-century revolutionary viewed as a hero in both countries.
Oliver Spasovski held talks with Bulgaria's Ivan Demerdzhiev amid fears of potential clashes by opposing nationalist groups.
North Macedonia Promised to Not Allow Incidents during the Celebration of Gotse Delchev, Bulgaria with Measures against Provocateurs
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of North Macedonia will take all necessary measures to ensure that the celebration of the anniversary of the birth of Gotse Delchev passes without incident. This was assured by the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of North Macedonia Oliver Spasovski after a meeting with his Bulgarian colleague Ivan Demerdzhiev.
North Macedonia’s PM: The opening of the Bulgarian Club in Ohrid is a Provocation
"I think that this is a provocation that does no good," said the Prime Minister of North Macedonia, Dimitar Kovachevski, on the occasion of the protests yesterday at the opening of the Bulgarian club "Tsar Boris III" in Ohrid.
Macedonian Singer living in the US was the one who Set on Fire Bulgaria’s Cultural Center in Bitola
The perpetrator, who set fire to the front door of the "Ivan Mihailov" Cultural Center in Bitola, North Macedonia, was caught. This was announced by the Macedonian Minister of Interior Oliver Spasovski on his Facebook account.
The 34-year-old singer Lambe Alabakovski has been arrested. He works and lives in America, but returned to Bitola a few weeks ago.
The Burned Bus belonging to "Besa Trans" did not pass Customs Inspection on the Macedonian Side
Overview of the "Struma" Tragedy: Chronology, Versions and Sorrows of Two Nations
The bus of the Macedonian travel agency Besa Trans, which crashed on November 23rd on the Struma highway near Bosnek, did not pass a customs check at the Deve Bair border checkpoint.
New passports in Skopje to be marked “North Macedonia
The announcement was made by Interior Minister Oliver Spasovski