• Defense Minister Jolevski meets Hungarian Chief of Staff Benko

    Enhancement of Macedonia-Hungary cooperation, joint training and exercises of both armies, Macedonia's NATO accession and challenges related to the migrant crisis were in the focus of Wednesday's meeting between Defense Minister Zoran Jolevski and Hungarian Defense Forces Chief of Staff, General Tibor Benko.
    "Macedonia sees a sincere friend and supporter in Hungary, especially when it comes to the country's strategic objectives - EU and NATO accession", said Jolevski.

  • WB continues activities in Macedonia

    The World Bank issued a press release on Wednesday, saying that it continues its activities with Macedonia toward creating better living standards for all of its citizens.

  • FinMin Stavreski: Doors of international financial institutions open for Macedonia

    The doors of international financial institutions are not closed to Macedonia as some media claim. The country has been enjoying excellent relations with all international financial institutions, such as the World Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the International Monetary Fund and the European Investment Bank, Vice-Premier and Finance Minister Zoran Stavreski told TV Nova on Tuesday.

  • Poposki doesn't see will in Greece to let Macedonia join NATO during Warsaw Summit

    Macedonian Foreign Affairs Minister Nikola Poposki, who was on a visit to Greece for a meeting of regional foreign ministers, told the press that it is not realistic for Macedonia to expect an invitation to join NATO at the upcoming Warsaw Summit, due to Greece's objections.