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DAILY BRIEF Daily Brief: Support from Slovenia for EU membership, criminal charges and suspension of police officers in Bitola, census in 2021…

NEWS OF THE DAY: Pahor: Slovenian support on our path to full EU membership will continue

Republic of Slovenia will continue to support you on the path to full membership in the European Union and on that path there should be no unjust conditions that will hinder the process, said Slovenian President Borut Pahor at today’s meeting with President of Parliament Talat Xhaferi.

Pahor expressed great gratitude for the opportunity to exchange views and to address the MPs in Parliament, as an expression of friendship and building alliances, especially in difficult and unpredictable times.

He, as is said in the statement of the parliamentary press service, welcomed the state wisdom of the previous government and parliamentary majority for overcoming sensitive and difficult bilateral issues with the neighbours. At the same time, he wished Xhaferi success in his mandate and in making upcoming strategic decisions for which, as he has said, greater social unification will be needed.

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FLASH NEWS 

Prime Minister Zoran Zaev today stated that there will be no new postponement of the census, it will be carried out in April 2021.

Minister of Justice Bojan Maricic today addressed the online regional conference titled “Time of Challenges – Cohesion of Berlin Process and EU Integration of the Western Balkans”, where he highlighted that civil society organizations should be involved in the EU negotiations.

France sees capacities in North Macedonia for European integrations. It is important for our country to maintain the course on the Euro-Atlantic path, was pointed out at the meeting between Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and outgoing French Ambassador Christian Timonie.

Criminal charges have been filed against a police officer from Bitola, who yesterday brutally attacked a Roma in Bitola. He, along with another colleague who had been present during the incident, will be suspended, announced today Minister of Interior Oliver Spasovski.

Minister of Defence Radmila Sekerinska today met with her Slovenian counterpart Matej Tonin, who as part of the state visit of Slovenia President Borut Pahor, is paying an official visit to our country.

Skopje Mayor Petre Shilegov at yesterday’s closing of the Cinedays Festival, which was held at the green roof of the City Shopping Mall – GTC, called on President Stevo Pendarovski to jointly arrange the roof of this cult building in Skopje.

The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy informs that the third and final additional payment of rights from social and child protection for the month of August 2020 is ongoing.

А. Petrovska 

Translation: N. Cvetkovska 

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