Press Releases

Meeting between DMFA Kiprijanovska and Goran Svilanovic, RCC Secretary General

 

 

Today, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia, Dragana Kiprijanovska met with representatives of the National Board of Trade in Sweden who are visiting the Republic of Macedonia. The guests were acquainted with the foreign trade policy of the Republic of Macedonia and the measures that are being taken to include our country better in international trade. Prospects of development cooperation with this renowned institution were also discussed, in regard to the technical barriers to trade and training in other areas in order to facilitate trade.

Today, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia, Dragana Kiprijanovska met with the Director of the Office of South Central European Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, Thomas Yazdgerdi who is paying a working visit to our country.

 

Prime Minister Gruevski and Minister Poposki in Brussels at EPP Summit

 

 

Macedonian delegation to Saudi Arabia

 

 

Today, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia, Dragana Kiprijanovska, attended the meeting of the Partnership Commission of the Charter for Partnership among Macedonia, Albania, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the U.S., held in Tirana.

 

 

Today Foreign Minister of Republic of Macedonia, Nikola Poposki, hosted the Director of Konrad Adenauer Foundation, office in Skopje, Anja Chimek, for a farewell meeting.

On 11th December Foreign Minister of Republic of Macedonia, Nikola Poposki paid official visit to Hungary. He was invited by the Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Peter Szijjártó.

 

 

Today Deputy Foreign Minister of Republic of Macedonia Dragana Kiprijanovska received the Letters of Credence of the newly appointed Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Montenegro to Republic of Macedonia, Mr. Predrag Mitrovic.

Today, 10 December, proclaimed by the UN General Assembly as Human Rights Day in 1950, offers one more reason to turn the public's attention towards the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and to assess the progress in the realisation of principles, rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration and other international instruments relating to human rights on national as well as global level.