North Macedonia

Vucic: I am not particularly interested in EP recommendations

SKOPJE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said at the weekend he was not particularly interested in what recommendations the European Parliament would make in a resolution on Serbia.

Vucic was speaking to Serbian reporters in Skopje after Saturday's St Sava Day event in the North Macedonian capital.

The EP is due to vote on a resolution on Serbia on February 8.

North Macedonia parliament OKs caretaker cabinet with first-ever ethnic Albanian PM

North Macedonia's parliament on Sunday approved a caretaker government with a mandate to organize a general election in May.

The government of the small Balkan country of 1.8 million people will be headed by the country's first-ever ethnic Albanian prime minister, current parliament speaker Talat Xhaferi, 61.

Vucic In North Macedonia: 'Long Live Serbia!'

"I am not afraid to say that the Macedonians are our closest people, we have no closer people. And I clearly want to say that we do not want anything from North Macedonia. We have no strings attached and expect nothing from you. We only want to build even closer and better relations. We are not asking you to change your constitution, that is your internal business.

Milestone Moment: North Macedonia Appoints First Albanian Prime Minister

In a historic turn of events, North Macedonia is set to have its first-ever Albanian prime minister. Today, the parliament will convene for an extraordinary meeting to vote on the caretaker government responsible for organizing the upcoming spring elections in the country.

EU growth plan potential ‘game changer’ for Western Balkans, official says

Leaders of the six Western Balkan countries, including Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia, met on Monday in Skopje, North Macedonia to discuss reforms needed to access the European Union growth plan presented last October.

Vucic: Serbia open to all ideas on common regional market

SKOPJE - Regional connectivity is very significant, green lanes at border crossings are of the greatest importance for the Western Balkans and Serbia will be open to all ideas on a common regional market and ready to implement them, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said at a Western Balkans-EU summit in Skopje on Monday.

Vučić: "We are signing two protocols"; 6 billion euros on the table VIDEO

First, a panel discussion of leaders will be held, in which Vui, Prime Minister of Montenegro Milojko Spaji, Prime Minister of Albania Edi Rama, Prime Minister of the Interim Institutions in Pristina Albin Kurti, Prime Minister of North Macedonia Dimitar Kovaevski will take part.

Vucic to pay two-day visit to Skopje for Open Balkan, WB-EU summits

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will be in Skopje, North Macedonia, on January 21-22 for a summit of the Open Balkan initiative and a Western Balkans-EU summit on the EU Growth Plan for the region, the presidential press office announced in a statement on Tuesday.

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