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.
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.
"I firmly believe that our two countries are natural allies", Nikolas Dimitrov, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of North Macedonia, said on Friday in an interview.
Johannes Hahn, the EU commissioner responsible for relations with countries that aspire to join the bloc,” has expressed the hope that the recent name deal between Greece and North Macedonia, could have a “domino effect” in the Balkan…
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan, in a phone call with Foreign Minister George Katrougalos on Tuesday, underlined the economic and geopolitical benefits for Greece as a result of the Prespes Agreement.
"I hope and believe that it will be good to start accession negotiations with North Macedonia and Albania, jointly, during the June Council," said High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini,…
Alternate Foreign Minister George Katrougalos on Monday briefed the Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels on the entry into force of the Prespes Agreement and various aspects of its implementation.
The Prespes Agreement creates the prospects, possibilities and conditions for stimulating business relations between Greece and North Macedonia, the President of the Economic Chamber of North Macedonia Branko Azeski said in an interview on…
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday she had given up hope that Athens and Skopje could ever find a solution to the decades-old name dispute, before congratulating the two prime ministers for reaching a settlement.