NEWS OF THE DAY: Rashkovski offers 500.000 euro bail
The Higher Public Prosecutor’s Office Skopje proposes for the offered guarantee in the amount of 500 thousand euros for Dragi Rashkovski to get out of custody to be accepted, informs MIA. The Court of Appeals in Skopje is competent to decide upon Rashkovski’s appeal, which is to make a final decision on whether Rahkovski will be released from custody or not.
STATEMENT OF THE DAY: Blinken for CNN: Russia to stop cyber-attacks from its territory
“I think it’s the obligation of any country to do whatever it can to find these enterprises, and to bring them to justice, including in the case of the attack on the Colonial Pipeline. The enterprise that was responsible [for] that attack, its leaders were in Russia, are in Russia, so I think there’s an obligation on Russia’s part to make sure that that doesn’t continue. But we need countries around the world to make commitments and then make good on those commitments, not to harbor criminal enterprises that engage in these attacks and on the contrary to seek them out and to stop them and bring them to justice”, stated US Secretary of State Antony Blinken for CNN, published on the State Department website.
Ministry of Education and Science A new informative website has been opened where only information related to the reforms that are being created and implemented in the primary education can be provided, according to the plan for changes and improving the quality of the national education system, announced today the Ministry of Education and Science. The website www.osnovnoobrazovanie.mon.gov.mk is not yet available.
Covid measures Musicians and music workers through the Association for Promotion of the Rights of Musicians “Music Now” demanded from government to terminate the items of the protocols that prohibit hospitality facilities for food and cafeterias organizing of music events with performances of music artists in an open and closed part of the facility (singers, music groups, DJs) and limit the maximum noise level in the facilities to 55 decibels, announced the Independent Chamber of Hospitality.
Jansa’s non-paper Following a formal journalistic demand through the established rules for access to information for insight into the content of the Slovenian non-paper that stirred the Balkan public a month ago, the services of the Council of EU rejected, but conformed that the document does exist.
Immunization The interest for vaccination is increasing every day, and so far the number of people who have expressed a desire to be vaccinated through the website vakcinacija.mk is 438.879 citizens.
Kamberi: Strong fight against discrimination and raising awareness among citizens about the danger that continued discrimination in our society brings
CIVIL Media spoke with Ismail Kamberi, member of the Commission for Prevention and Protection Against Discrimination, about the competencies of the new body of the Commission, the problems and challenges they face, where and in what field there is the greatest discrimination, how citizens can report discrimination…
Diversity makes us stronger, and unity always brings victory – football against discrimination!
The Football Federation of Macedonia (FFM) and the Commission for Prevention and Protection Against Discrimination are starting the realization of the project Promotion of Equality in Macedonia through the campaign “Football Against Discrimination”.
Translation: N. Cvetkovska