PM of North Macedonia will Visit Bulgaria on Monday
The Prime Minister of the Republic of North Macedonia, Dimitar Kovachevski, and the Ministers of Energy and Economy will be on a working visit to Sofia on Monday, the government's press office in Skopje announced.
The visit's purpose is "to deal with the consequences of the global energy crisis".
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North Macedonia Open-Air Film Fest Showcases New Ideas
The festival's biggest events are usually held at Kursumli An, an Ottoman-era caravanserai in Skopje's Old Town. But documentaries are also being shown in the square outside the Museum of the Republic of North Macedonia, at the Youth Cultural Centre and at Europe House Skopje.
John Malkovich Rekindles North Macedonia’s Hollywood Dreams
A plan for a major film and music studio in Skopje has movie professionals in North Macedonia dreaming of a brighter future. But their hopes have been dashed before.
Smugglers’ Truck Capsizes in North Macedonia, Injuring 35 Migrants
Some 35 migrants were injured on Wednesday night when the truck they were traveling in capsized on the road from the village of Udovo to the town of Gevgelija, close to North Macedonia's border with Greece.
According to the Interior Ministry, the injured migrants were kept in the cargo area of the truck that capsized. A total of 49 migrants was discovered at the site of the accident.
Bulgarian Airline GullivAir has Permanently Suspended Flights to Skopje, Tirana and Burgas
The Bulgarian airline GullivAir has permanently suspended regular flights to Skopje (North Macedonia), Tirana (Albania) and Burgas (Bulgaria).
The "French" Proposal Shook the Macedonian Government, Kovachevski Hardened his Tone
The French presidency's proposal to resolve the dispute shook the Macedonian government after three small parties threatened to leave if the cabinet approved a draft sent to the Bulgarian parliament to end the dispute between Skopje and Sofia.
Washington: Bulgaria’s Decision to Not Allow Lavrov's Flight was “Independent”
The United States Department of State has described as "independent" the decision of Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Montenegro not to allow Sergey Lavrov's plane through their airspace.
Tenth ‘Pride Weekend’ Opens in North Macedonia’s Capital
These materials portraying Queer and feminist culture and studies came from the collection of authors and artists including Wolfgang Tillmans, Milosh Kodzoman, Nora Stojanovic, Dragoljub Brezan, Hristina Ivanovska, Velimir Zhernovski, Jane Calovski, Koco Andonovski, Natasa Geleva, Aleksandar Georgiev, Viktorija Ilioska, as well as from the Contemporary Arts Museum's archive.
No more Flights between Bulgaria and North Macedonia in the Near Future
The Bulgarian airline GullivAir has stopped selling tickets for the Sofia-Skopje flight since May 21, the specialized aircraft portal Ex Yu Aviation announced.
According to Macedonian media, the flights are carried out with 7-8 passengers, and there were cases when there were only two or three people on board, less than the crew.
Divisive Statue of ‘Assassin’ May Return to North Macedonia
The new mayor of North Macedonia's capital Skopje, Danela Arsovska, has raised eyebrows after announcing she had tracked down a bronze statue of Ottoman-era rebel Andon Lazov Kjoseto, which was removed by her predecessor in 2018, and might call a referendum on the statue's reinstallment.