• Macedonian doctors will train at prestigious Paris St. Joseph hospital

    Macedonian Healthcare Minister Nikola Todorov met with Jean-Patrick Lajonchere, manager of the private Paris hospital St. Joseph on Wednesday, and agreed to have 10 Macedonian doctors to spend some time working in this leading French hospital. During January 2015 an anaesthesiologist will be the first Macedonian doctor to work in St. Joseph to improve their skills and knowledge.

  • Stavreski: Kratovo industrial zone to be completed by mid-2015

    The Kratovo industrial zone will be completed by mid-2015, said Vice Premier and Finance Minister Zoran Stavreski after Saturday's meeting with the town's mayor and council members.

  • Government organizes job fair in Strumica

    The government of Macedonia on Nov. 25 is set to organize a job fair, where employers are expected to meet people who seek jobs and where an opportunity might arise to find an employment. Job fairs have been already organized in four cities through which 160 people have been employed.

  • 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.