Sitemap

Dimitar Kovačevski Resigns, Paving Way for North Macedonia’s Interim Government

Source:

CorD Recommends

Slovenia Achieves Top Ten Status in Global Peace Index for 2024

Slovenia has distinguished itself as one of...

German Companies Seek Suppliers from the Western Balkans

In Munich, 99 suppliers from the Western...

Serbian Buyers Emerge as Major Players in Croatian Property Market

Historically, Slovenians have been the principal property...

Regional Creative Network Established in Belgrade

In an initiative led by the National...

Montenegro Nominated for Europe’s Most Desirable Destination Award

Montenegro has been nominated for the prestigious title of Europe's most desirable destination in the Wanderlust Reader Travel Awards...

Serbia Signs Memorandum on Nuclear Energy Development

In a significant move towards modernizing its energy sector, the Serbian government, along with twenty scientific and academic institutions,...

H.E. József Magyar – The Western Balkans is a Priority

The Hungarian Embassy in Belgrade hosted a reception to mark the beginning of Hungary's presidency of the Council of...

Oktoberfest Beer Prices Hit Record High

Beer prices at this year's Oktoberfest are set to rise by an average of 3.9%, surpassing the €15 mark...

Barcelona Bans Short-Term Tourist Rentals to Tackle Housing Crisis

In a decisive move to address the escalating housing costs and ensure residents can afford to live in their...

In a decisive political development, North Macedonia’s Prime Minister Dimitar Kovačevski tendered his resignation, formally presenting it to the Sobranje, the country’s parliament. This move marks the first step towards establishing an interim government tasked with orchestrating the upcoming elections, slated to be in place by 28th January, a hundred days ahead of the parliamentary elections.

As per the agreement between the two leading parties of the ruling coalition, SDSM and DUI, Kovačevski’s successor will be Talat Džaferi, the current Speaker of the Sobranje, representing the DUI party.

In anticipation of this leadership transition, Džaferi, as announced yesterday by the Sobranje’s president, is expected to resign from his current role upon receiving Kovačevski’s resignation. This will prompt the notification of President Stevo Pendarovski, followed by the formal resignation of Džaferi himself.

Read more...

Mickoski Proposes New Government for North Macedonia

Hristijan Mickoski, leader of VMRO-DPMNE and the designated Prime Minister of North Macedonia, has formally submitted his proposed cabinet and government program to the...

Regional Creative Network Established in Belgrade

In an initiative led by the National Platform "Serbia Creates" and the Ložionica Center, the first gathering of creative hubs, organizations, and initiatives from...

Addressing the media outside the Sobranje, Kovačevski lauded Džaferi as an experienced politician with a notable track record in parliament management. He expressed confidence that while Džaferi’s approach may differ, North Macedonia will maintain its strategic trajectory, focusing on Western orientation and strengthening its partnership with the United States.

Related Articles

Opposition Claims Resounding Victory in North Macedonia Elections

The conservative opposition VMRO-DPMNE coalition in North Macedonia has declared a sweeping victory in both presidential and parliamentary elections. Preliminary results show the coalition...

Serbia to Receive €1.63 Billion in EU Funding for Western Balkans Growth Plan

Serbia is set to receive €1.63 billion as part of the new Western Balkans growth plan over the next four years, out of the...

Free Access to the Western Balkan Labour Market

Little Guys Support Each Other

Creating a single labour market in the framework of the Open Balkan initiative is useful, but also has limited scope. It will contribute to...

Pendarovski Seeks Reelection Amidst Broad Support

In a significant political development, Stevo Pendarovski, the President of North Macedonia, has announced his intention to run for a second term, championing a...

Balkan Borders Blur as Free Labor Movement Pact Launches

Marking a significant shift in the labor markets of Southeast Europe, Serbia, Albania, and North Macedonia have forged an essential agreement, coming into effect...

Southeast Europe Unites in Support for Ukraine at Tirana Summit

In a striking demonstration of unity from Tirana, Southeast European leaders, together with Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenski, have collectively declared their support for Ukraine's...

Western Balkans Eye EU Membership by 2028

At the esteemed Munich Security Conference, a cornerstone event in global security discourse, leaders from North Macedonia, Albania, and Montenegro have passionately renewed their...

Transition Period Ends in North Macedonia: New Era for Official Documents

In a significant milestone, North Macedonia has concluded a five-year transitional phase today, adhering to the terms of the Prespa Agreement. This marks the...