Spasovski: We lifted the ban on movement and the other restrictive measures because now we have control over the situation, and also, in order to stabilize the active cases, as well as, because we are confident that the healthcare system is ready to respond to the tendencies we are expecting
The Prime Minister of the Republic of North Macedonia, Oliver Spasovski, together with the Deputy Prime Minister in charge of European Affairs and Coordination of the Humanitarian Aid for dealing with COVID-19, Dr. Bujar Osmani, the Minister of Health Dr. Venko...
As of today, the decision on prohibition and a special regime of movement ceases to be valid – mandatory wearing of protective equipment, hand washing and maintaining the required distance
As of today, the Decision on prohibition and the special regime of movement of the citizens on the territory of the Republic of North Macedonia ceases to be valid. This decision was made on the basis of a detailed analysis of the past three-month period after the...
From the 57th session of the Government: The Decision on prohibition of movement ceases to be valid; The applications of 117 companies with over 3000 employees from the COVID 2 programme have been approved; The financial support for the film workers and other artists and cultural workers has been approved
The Government of the Republic of North Macedonia at today’s 57th session adopted a decision according to which, as of tomorrow, 27th of May, the Decision on prohibition and special regime of movement on the territory of the Republic of North Macedonia ceases to be...
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