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This webinar is an excellent opportunity for all citizens who would like to be involved in CIVIL’s projects, initiatives and activities. The webinars will be held on March 12 and 13 (Friday and Saturday) starting at 1.00 pm, and will end no later than 5.30 pm.

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Continuation of the successful cooperation between North Macedonia and the Czech Republic and the possibilities for its enhancement were in the focus of a meeting between Economy Minister Kreshnik Bekteshi and Ambassador Miroslav Toman on Friday.

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Prosecutor Lenche Ristovska said Friday the Prosecutor’s Office is satisfied from the verdicts in the “Target-Fortress” case because the prosecution’s claims have been confirmed, while adding that the request for Mijalkov’s detention was necessary due to the flight risk.

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The judiciary is an independent branch of power and today we are seeing it can conduct investigations without any influence and hold court proceedings governed by evidence and principles of fair trial, for everyone, without exceptions, says Prime Minister Zoran Zaev after Friday’s verdict in the “Target-Fortress” case.

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European integration will provide opportunities for economic growth. We are fully committed to strengthening this strategic commitment by building strong foundations that will enable the implementation of key reforms, Finance Minister Fatmir Besimi said in Brussels during the meeting with Deputy Director-General in the Directorate General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations of the European Commission,

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Young people from North Macedonia and Greece believe in joint cooperation and a common future. They should be given a voice towards creating better mechanisms for mutual cooperation, getting to know each other through different ways and activities, heard a two-day conference in Skopje on setting up offices for youth cooperation between the two countries.

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The Skopje-based Criminal Court accepted Friday the motion by the prosecutor’s office to terminate the house arrest order of former Administration for Security and Counterintelligence (UBK) director Sasho Mijalkov and replace it with effective detention.

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Prosecutor Lenche Ristovska has asked the Skopje-based Criminal Court to replace the house arrest of former Administration for Security and Counterintelligence (UBK) director Sasho Mijalkov, who was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison in the “Target-Fortress” case related to the mass surveillance and destruction of the UBK equipment used for the interception of communications,

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Sasho Mijalkov, former director of the Administration for Security and Counterintelligence (UBK), was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison in the “Target-Fortress” case related to the mass surveillance and destruction of the UBK equipment used for the interception of communications.

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