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The European Commission has revealed the finalists of the EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK Award 2016 and 5 th Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) Award on urban freight. The winners of the two awards will be announced by Violeta Bulc, European Commissioner for Transport and by Daniel Calleja,
On 20 February 2017 (Monday), Ambassador Samuel Žbogar, Head of Delegation of the European Union, will visit the town of Strumica as part of the recently launched "EU for YOU" campaign.   The campaign "EU for YOU" started on 27 January, in Kičevo, with the objective to raise
On Wednesday, 15 February 2017, Ambassador Samuel Žbogar, Head of Delegation of the European Union, will visit the city of Gevgelija, as part of the recently launched "EU for YOU" campaign, where he will meet the Mayor of Gevgelija Mr. Ivan Frangov and attend the launching event of the
Graphical overview of EU assistance to the country during the refugee crisis. Post Category:  Feature stories Show left menu:  Main Image:  Regions: The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Editorial Sections: The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia EEAS sticky on: The Former Yugoslav Republic
Representatives of civil society organisations and government partners came together to discuss coordination of work between implementing partners of the European Union (EU)
On Friday, 21 October 2016, at the EU InfoCentre in Skopje, the candidates from the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia who have been selected to take part in the EU scheme for young professionals in the Western Balkans attended a briefing meeting with Ambassador Samuel Žbogar, Head of the EU
Overall, the European Union allocated nearly €19 million over the last year to help the country cope with the refugee crisis (Special Measures and humanitarian aid combined): The European Union allocated around €14.5 million over the last year in additional, i.e. extraordinary assistance to help
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Inspired by the European Semester process at EU level, the European Union introduced a new approach to the economic governance in the Enlargement Strategy. Main objective of this approach is to help the enlargement countries tackle the economic fundamentals so as to meet the economic accession
Editorial Sections: The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Translator/Interpreter Vacancy RTA Assistant Vacancy
Editorial Sections: The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Urgent Reform Priorities
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Message by Federica Mogherini on the occasion of the International Day of Peace – 21 September