Damjan Mancevski, North Macedonia's Minister of Information Society and Administration of the Government, hailed Tuesday's scheduled visit to Skopje by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, saying it paved the way for closer economic cooperation between the two countries.
Greek entrepreneurship could play a key role in North Macedonia's economic growth, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Thursday in Thessaloniki.
The prospects for cooperation between Greece and North Macedonia in road, rail and air transport and the construction of related infrastructure were examined during a meeting in Skopje on Thursday between Greek Infrastructure and Transport…
Russia recognizes the Republic of North Macedonia as the country’s new official name, Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday, despite having previously expressed reservations about the legitimacy of the name change.
Foreign Minister George Katrougalos on Monday stressed the progress that North Macedonia has made in the implementation of the Prespes Agreement and the implementation of reforms in the country.
The Greek Foreign Ministry immediately reacted to Wednesday inappropriate statements issued by North Macedonian Spokesperson Mile Bosnjakovski. The neighbouring country’s spokesperson replied a provocative question at a press conference in…
A serious diplomatic incident occurred within the context of the 2019 ITB Berlin Exhibition. The leading exhibition for international tourism opened its doors to the public on Thursday 6 March and will last until Sunday 10 March.
BBC Channel modified the original story about an ethnic Slavo-Macedonian minority residing in Greece
BBC on Saturday modified a Greek journalist’s original story on the presence of an ethnic Macedonian minority resident in Greek villages of the Administrative Region of Macedonia.
Prime Minister Zaev rebuked pamphlet irredentism in Greek villages, while Foreign Minister Dimitrov…
North Macedonia’s Prime Minister Zoran Zaev publicly condemned the distribution of pamphlets across several villages in Northern Greece, calling in for greater autonomy of Slavic-Macedonian linguistic villages.
New Democracy (ND) parliamentary group secretary Constantinos Tsiaras said on Tuesday in an interview that the main opposition will not vote in favour of the name 'North Macedonia'.