• Poposki: Greece has no desire to solve the name issue

    Macedonian Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki reacted after his Greek counterpart Evangelos Venizelos comments on the name issue saying that the Greek position is unacceptable, unreasonable and entirely outside of the bounds of international law. Venizelos, speaking for the Greek media last week, said that Macedonia must accept the Greek concept of erga omnes - using any name the two countries agree upon in all circumstances, including domestically in the Republic of Macedonia.

  • Debate on Macedonia's Euro-Atlantic challenges post-Wales summit

    Roundtables on Euro-Atlantic integration are of exceptional significance for a democratic society, since they focus on topics that are important for the country, academic community and citizens, said Defense Minister Zoran Jolevski at Tuesday's debate "Macedonia's Euro-Atlantic Challenges: Problems, Political Reality, Future Solutions and Opportunities after NATO's UK Summit 2014".

  • Skopje hosts SEE Health Network international conference

    Implementation of the Health 2020 Strategy by the World Health Organization, formation of a special group within the South-eastern Europe Health Network (SEEHN) in charge of organizing all network members in case of devastating disasters and better mobility and training of the doctors in these countries.

  • Poposki: Athens not interested in name talks progress

    The statement of envoy Matthew Nimetz that there is nothing new in the name talks is most relevant. He wished for certain progress, which is lacking at the moment, said Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki on Thursday, commenting yesterday's meeting of the UN mediator and the representatives of Macedonia and Greece over the name row.