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Macedonian Government adopts Draft-Law on Ratification of Deal with Greece

Parliament of North Macedonia; Photo: Wikimedia Commons

SKOPJE – At today’s 47th session, the Macedonian Government reviewed and adopted a draft-law on the Ratification of the Final Agreement for resolving the name dispute with Greece and establishing a strategic partnership between the two sides, which was proposed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nikola Dimitrov.

The draft-law on Ratification, which has a stamp of approval from the EU, is a priority and must be submitted to the Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia.

Also, according to the statement released by Parliament, the director of the prison in Prilep, Slobodan Risteski, was dismissed at today’s session in Government.

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