Politics of Greece
Bulgaria Parliament Approves Lifting North Macedonia Blockade
Just two days after the ousting of PM Kiril Petkov in a no-confidence vote, Bulgarian legislators on Friday adopted a declaration which would allow their government to potentially lift its veto on starting EU membership talks for neighbouring North Macedonia.
Western Balkans Leaders Voice Frustration over EU Summit Failure
Three Western Balkans leaders expressed displease over the poor outcome of the EU summit in Brussels on Thursday.
Open Balkans Shows No Sign of Delivering Promised Freedoms
The Open Balkans initiative members held another meeting last week in Ohrid, North Macedonia.
Representatives of Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia signed another set of documents - an agreement on recognition of diplomas and three memoranda of understanding on various topics.
Turkey’s Erdogan Warns Greece Not to Militarise Aegean Islands
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Sochi, Russia, September 2021. Photo: EPA-EFE/VLADIMIR SMIRNOV/SPUTNIK/KREMLIN POOL.
"We warn Greece once more to avoid dreams, statements and actions that will lead to regret, as it did a century ago, and to return to its senses," Erdogan said, in a reference to Greece's defeat in the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.
Vučić announced: "We are signing today"
At the beginning, Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski addressed the audience, greeting all participants gathered, as citizens of the Western Balkans.
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The Bulgarian Cultural Center in North Macedonia was Set on Fire
Early this morning, the "Ivan Mihailov" Cultural Center in the town of Bitola, in the Republic of North Macedonia, was set on fire.
Bad Grades: Education Reforms Fail to Transform North Macedonia Schools
Sixteen years of almost non-stop reforms aimed at creating world class standards have left North Macedonia's education system bumping at the bottom of international rankings.
EPP Sec. Gen:”Greece can become an excellent energy gateway”
The Secretary General of the European People's Party (EPP), Antonio Lopez, said in an interview with "NEA" newspaper that he agrees with the initiative of the Greek government to take unilateral measures to alleviate citizens' energy costs in the absence of a coordinated European framework. Mr. Lopez visited Athens and spoke at the New Democracy Congress.
Far-Right Groups a Lingering Cyber Threat to North Macedonia
From homegrown nationalists to the 'Powerful Greek Army', North Macedonia's state institutions face a range of cyber threats from the extreme right.