• Poposki: Increased engagement by key NATO, EU members in name settlement

    We cannot expect any progress in the name row without political will by Athens and concrete engagement by key NATO and EU members, said Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki on Thursday.

  • Jolevski-Naydenov: Defense cooperation to strengthen

    EU and NATO membership are Macedonia's strategic goals and Bulgaria's support in this regard is of exceptional significance, said Defense Minister Zoran Jolevski after Tuesday's meeting with host Angel Naydenov.

  • Macedonian artifacts to be displayed in Germany

    An international exhibition "The golden faces of Macedonian kings - Macedonians and Celts from the Ohrid region", which is part of an EU-funded project "Clash of Cultures" and coordinated by the University of Primorska, is set to open this Wednesday at the Manching Celtic-Roman Museum in Germany, it was announced Monday at a press conference.

  • Hungarian National Trading House opens office in Skopje

    Macedonia recently has yielded an exceptionally solid economic result. At the same time, it offers a chance to improve the current cooperation, especially between small and medium enterprises as a driving force to boost trade ties, Hungary's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjártó said Monday at the opening of an office of the Hungarian National Trading House in Skopje.