PM Kovachevski, Bulgarian counterpart Donev to launch construction of Corridor VIII railway section

PM Kovachevski, Bulgarian counterpart Donev to launch construction of Corridor VIII railway section

Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski and Bulgarian counterpart Galab Donev will attend Saturday the official launch of the works on the railroad leading to Bulgaria, which construction was stopped in June 2020.

Kovachevski: UAE have put North Macedonia among priority countries for future investments

Kovachevski: UAE have put North Macedonia among priority countries for future investments

Investment opportunities and sectors with potential to attract fresh capital were presented at Wednesday’s meeting in Abu Dhabi between Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski and the United Arab Emirates International Investors Council (UAEIIC) Secretary General Jamal Bin Saif Al Jarwan.

COVID-19: 222 new cases, 268 recoveries, two die

COVID-19: 222 new cases, 268 recoveries, two die

North Macedonia recorded 222 new COVID-19 cases after 954 tests were performed in the past 24 hours, two deaths were reported, while 268 patients recovered, the Health Ministry said on Wednesday.

No new protective measures despite SARS-CoV-2 surge; five new covid clinics to open

No new protective measures despite SARS-CoV-2 surge; five new covid clinics to open

To ease the pressure on general practitioners who are seeing the most new SARS-CoV-2 patients, five new outpatient clinics will open in Skopje to offer patients PCR testing and symptom treatment, Infectious Diseases Commission spokesman Zlate Mehmedovikj told a news...

Remains of Bulgaria bus accident victims transported to Skopje

Remains of Bulgaria bus accident victims transported to Skopje

The two Bulgarian planes carrying the remains of the victims of the November 23 bus accident, which killed 45 passengers, have landed at the Skopje International Airport on Friday.

Besa Trans bus was not licensed to carry passengers, company’s license to work revoked

Besa Trans bus was not licensed to carry passengers, company’s license to work revoked

The Besa Trans coach with SK-0284-BA license plates that crashed on the Struma highway in Bulgaria on Tuesday, killing 45 Macedonian citizens and injuring seven, was not licensed for international or domestic passenger transport, so the Ministry of Transportation and...

Osmani: After identification process is completed, victims’ remains to be transported with dignity

Osmani: After identification process is completed, victims’ remains to be transported with dignity

The Ministries of Foreign Affairs of North Macedonia and Bulgaria are coordinating activities in response to the consequences of Tuesday’s bus accident in Bulgaria in which 45 Macedonian nationals were killed. The process to identify the victims is underway, and...

MoFA releases identity list of seven injured passengers in Bulgaria bus accident

MoFA releases identity list of seven injured passengers in Bulgaria bus accident

Bulgaria’s competent authorities have officially confirmed to North Macedonia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) the identity of seven injured passengers in the bus accident that happened on the Struma highway near Sofia.