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Osmani elucidates reasons behind country’s pledge to secure EU accession talks

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Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs, Bujar Osmani, today will visit the Mother Teresa University to give a lecture on North Macedonia’s EU entry bid and explain why the country should be given a date for start of EU accession negotiations.

The event will actually feature a EU Council meeting simulation – approximate imitation of a session of European Council. The roleplay simulation, which will be performed by the students together with the deputy prime minister, was organized by the students themselves.

The event is part of Deputy PM Osmani’s series of visits of state universities whose goal is to promote “With European knowledge towards EU capital” competition, in which the social sciences universities students, with preparation of essays, will have an opportunity to show their European knowledge. The best students will have an opportunity to feel the Brussels atmosphere through a three-day study visit, and tour the EU’s key institutions.

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North Macedonia, South Korea establish diplomatic ties

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South Korea has formally established diplomatic relations with North Macedonia, Yonhap news agency quotes the Seoul-based foreign ministry as saying on Thursday.

Ambassador to the United Nations Cho Tae-yul signed the joint communique with Sanja Zografska Krsteska, North Macedonia’s charge d’affaires at the U.N. on Thursday, the ministry said.

North Macedonia is the 191st country to have established formal ties with South Korea.

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Zoran Verusevski named chairman of SDSM’s party board

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The Social Democrats’ central committee members convened for a session Thursday night. Among those attending the meeting were mayors, ministers, deputy ministers, MPs of the ruling party.

SDSM’s General Secretary Ljupco Nikolovski said the committee named dozens of new members of party commissions. Snezana Kalevska-Vanceva, a Member of Parliament, was named a Coordinator of Women’s Forum.

Zoran Verushevski was named a president of committee on interior affairs; Venko Filipce will chair the health committee; Robert Alagjozovski will chair culture committee, Edmond Ademi – the foreign affairs committee; Blagoj Bocvarski – the transport committee; Dragan Gocevski was named a president of committee on information society.

The ruling party set up a new panel to oversee the implementation of policies based on “One society for all” concept.

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SDSM’s Central Committee convenes for session

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The Central Committee of the ruling Social Democrats (SDSM) held a session at the party headquarters late on Thursday.

In a brief statement to reporters ahead of the session, Social Democrat leader and Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said the agenda includes the recent political developments in the country.

He declined to specify any of the topics under discussion, noting that committee members will thrash out party-related issues, staff reshuffle, appointment of heads of party commissions.

“We will discuss about election of chairpersons of party boards. The Executive Board has endorsed the nominees and now it’s Central Committee’s turn. We will announce the election of a new coordinator of SDSM Women’s Forum. We will discuss about the latest political development and the future activities of the party,” Zaev said.

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