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Nachrichten aus Mazedonien

Erstellt von Zoran, 28.02.2012, 09:06 Uhr · 7.387 Antworten · 427.081 Aufrufe

  1. #431
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    15 Polizisten in Kochani verdächtigt Teil der kriminellen Firma zu sein.


    Детонатор ја тресе и полициската станица во Кочани!
    http://www.kanal5.com.mk/default.asp...&eventId=89656
    Петнаесет полицајци меѓу кои и поранешниот командир на полициската станица во Кочани, кој веќе е во пензија се на распит.

    Со нив разговараат полицајци и инспектори од Скопје за да утврдат зошто над 30 кривични дела поврзани со групата „Детонатор“ не биле расчистени. Јанкуловска тврди дека и кочанчани се охрабриле и почнале да даваат изјави против уапсените.

    На презентацијата на 314 покер апарати кои вчера беа запленети во Кочани пристигна целиот врв на МВР. Покрај Јанкуловска, беа и двајцата директори на управата за безбедност и контраразузнавање Сашо Мијалков и директорот на Бирото за јавна безбедност Љупчо Тодоровски. По разгледувањето на покер апаратите сите заминаа во посета на штабот на Единицата за брзо распоредување која имаше голема улога во акцијата „Детонатор“.

  2. #432
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    Nach Albanien ab heute nur noch mit Perso

    Во Албанија од денеска само со лична карта
    Во Албанија од денеска само со лична карта
    Од денеска границата Македонија- Албанија граѓаните на двете земји ќе можат да ја преминуваат само со лична карта, соопшти на прес-конференција во Скопје, албанскиот амбасадор во Македонија Арбен Чејку.

    Тој додаде дека од министерствата за внатрешни и за надворешни работи на Албанија се информирани сите гранични премини на границата со Македонија.

    - Овој настан е важен не само поради олеснување на комуникацијата помеѓу граѓаните на двете држави, туку и дава и една европска димензија на односите меѓу двете земји и пошироко во регионот. Тој ќе придонесе и за поголема посетеност на албанското крајбрежје во претстојната туристичка сезона, рече албанскиот амбасадор.

    Договорот кој стапува во сила денеска, а со кој е регулирано преминувањето на границата со лични карти, во Тирана во декември, минатата година го потпишаа министрите на надворешни работи на Албанија и на Македонија Едмонд Хаџинасто и Никола Попоски.

  3. #433
    Hamëz Jashari
    Zitat Zitat von Zoran Beitrag anzeigen
    Nach Albanien ab heute nur noch mit Perso
    Viele Mazedonier verbringen ihren Urlaub an den Stränden von Albanien das war wahrscheinlich ein Hauptgrund.

  4. #434
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    Zitat Zitat von Hamëz Jashari Beitrag anzeigen
    Viele Mazedonier verbringen ihren Urlaub an den Stränden von Albanien das war wahrscheinlich ein Hauptgrund.
    Sollte zwischen Nachbarn eigentlich gängige Praxis sein, aber weißt ja wie das ist.

  5. #435
    tetovë1
    News aus Mazedonien/Maqedoni/Makedonija/Macedonia nicht das in Griechenland ich mach neuen Thread auf:+)

  6. #436
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    Zitat Zitat von tetovë Beitrag anzeigen
    News aus Mazedonien/Maqedoni/Makedonija/Macedonia nicht das in Griechenland ich mach neuen Thread auf:+)
    Der Titel ist nicht präzise genug, denn es gibt auch in Griechenland ein Makedonien.

    Ändert den Thread-Titel in "Nachrichten aus der ehemaligen jugoslavischen Republik Mazedonien" oder noch kürzer "Nachrichten aus FYROM", damit es nicht zu Verwechslungen kommt.



    Hippokrates

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    Diplomatic Offensive ahead of NATO Summit

    Saturday, 07 April 2012

    Ahead of NATO Summit in Chicago on May 20-21, Macedonia's leadership has bolstered its diplomatic activities for the country to get a fair valorization of its accomplishments and hence the deserved membership invitation.

    President Gjorge Ivanov, Premier Nikola Gruevski, Foreign, Defense Ministers Nikola Poposki and Fatmir Besimi respectively at the meetings with their colleagues from NATO member states have been asking for the conclusions of 2008 Bucharest Summit on Macedonia to be re-examined, as well as for the ruling of The Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ) to be taken into account, as it clearly says that by opposing Macedonia's accession to the Alliance, Greece has breached the bilateral Interim Accord.
    I would like to appeal to all NATO member countries to re-examine the issue for the membership of Macedonia in the first following occasion and before the Alliance's Summit in Chicago, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski told NATO Ambassadors at a North Atlantic Council session in Brussels this January.

    I consider that it is rational and correct that an invitation for NATO membership is extended to the Republic of Macedonia at the Chicago Summit, he said.
    "It will mean understanding of the needs and interests of my citizens for having conditions for further social and economic development, for new reforms and modernization and creation of new deeds based on the values of the Alliance. NATO has a political leadership, which stands for the progress, and your assistance will be a strong encouragement for a small country with a great faith in the Euro-Atlantic principles of justice and equality, such as mine. Moving forward of the Republic of Macedonia on the Euro-Atlantic integration road is a small, but a significant contribution to the advancement of the Alliance, and the greatest benefit of this will be felt by the entire region of South-East Europe, and NATO as a whole," Gruevski said.

    Macedonia has taken all obligations as a NATO member, but unfortunately is deprived of enjoying the benefits of this status, Gruevski said then.
    Turkish President Abdullah Gul did the same at a meeting with his Macedonian counterpart Ivanov this February in Istanbul. Croatian, Romanian Presidents Ivo Josipovic and Traian Basescu respectively followed the suit by voicing their support of Macedonia's aspirations to join NATO during Ivanov's official visit to those countries. Ivanov's numerous activities also include the meetings with Ambassadors of UN Security Council permanent members and the EU Ambassadors to Macedonia, dedicated to the ICJ ruling. Furthermore, the President sent a letter to all Heads of State and Government of NATO member countries.

    Few days ago Ivanov and Gruevski held talks with Albania's Parliament Speaker Jozefina Topalli. Macedonia's NATO membership was also a subject of discussion at Gruevski's meeting in Skopje with Albania's PM Berisha.
    Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki has thus far discussed the matter with his colleagues in several European capitals - Prague, London, Berlin and Copenhagen. By late April he is expected to visit the US. He is set to meet UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in New York. There is also possibility for Poposki to meet the UN mediator in Macedonia-Greece name negotiations, Matthew Nimetz. Poposki is also scheduled to meet US congressmen and senators in Washington. In May Poposki will visit Belgium.

    Defense Minister Besimi has also intensified his activities ahead of the forthcoming NATO Summit. He led a Macedonian delegation at a ministerial A5 format meeting of Adriatic Charter countries, held in Duress, Albania last December. This January Besimi hosted his Albanian colleague Arben Imami, as well as the US- Adriatic Charter defense ministerial meeting "Common Challenges and Joint Solutions", being held last month in Skopje.
    A delegation of the US House of Representatives, which is paying a few days visit to Skopje, also voiced support of Macedonia's integration with the Euro-Atlantic organizations at meetings with the country's top officials.

    Last week, 54 members of the US House of Representatives sent a letter to President Barack Obama, strongly urging his administration "to make sure that NATO finally offers the Republic of Macedonia its well-deserved formal invitation to join the Alliance during the Chicago Summit," on May 20-21.
    Members of Congress called on the President to stand by his statement, given at 2009 NATO Summit, namely that he looked forward to the day when "we can welcome Macedonia to the Alliance. The door to membership will remain open for other countries that meet NATO's standards and can make a meaningful contribution to allied security."

    "If Macedonian troops can be counted on and trusted to guard the NATO tent in Afghanistan, then they should be invited to sleep in the NATO tent as full members of the alliance," the letter reads.
    Among the signatories to the letter are 22 Republicans and 32 Democrats. Copies of the letter were sent to Vice President Joseph Biden, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta, and NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

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    Police confiscates 318 Gambling Machines in Eastern Macedonia

    Friday, 06 April 2012


    Police action against the mafia in eastern Macedonia continues. Stunning number of gambling machines have thus far being confiscated...318!

    The machines themselves are worth millions of euros, while the MoI puts the earning power of these machines at 2m euros per month. The previous estimate was 100,000 euros/month, with police believing there were around 50 or so of these machines, only to find many, many more.


    None of these machines had received a license to operate which means all the cash that came in was not reported.

    Kriva Palanka and Kocani had the majority of these machines on its territory.




  9. #439
    tetovë1
    Rien ne va Plus haha

  10. #440
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    13 Police Chiefs Fired in SE Macedonia

    Sunday, 08 April 2012

    Thirteen heads, commanders and chiefs of police stations in southeastern Macedonia have been dismissed from duty, Interior Minister Gordana Jankuloska said on Saturday.

    Last weekend, the police arrested 23 people in Vinica and Kocani during an operation dubbed "Detonator". The people are suspected of being involved in majority of cases concerning violations of public order and peace and organised crime in the regions of Kocani and Vinica.

    Police are investigating whether and why the dismissed police chiefs failed to launch actions to put an end to the criminal activities closed by the Interior Ministry with "Detonator".

    The operation is still under way. Minister Jankuloska said that all those proven to be involved would be punished "without exception".

    The first to be dismissed from his job was the head of the Shtip police Zvonko Kashirski, viewed by many as "untouchable". Ironically, Kashirski just two days ago issued an angry statement for the media claiming no one can replace him. It seems iron lady Jankulovska can!

    "Detonator" police action confirms Government's determination to fight crime, says Gruevski

    Kumanovo, 7 April 2012 (MIA) - The "Detonator" police action is a confirmation of Government's strong determination to fight organised crime and corruption, PM Nikola Gruevski said Saturday.

    "This action demonstrates once again that we keep our promises made as far back as during the election campaign in 2006. The Government is strongly committed to fight crime and corruption. In Macedonia no one can expect their close relations to a political party or influential individual to provide them with protection supposing they are involved in criminal activities," Gruevski told reporters.

    The Interior Ministry's operation is still under way. Law-enforcement officials are in Kocani and its region to solve the case involving a racketeering group that terrorised people living in eastern Macedonia.

    Congratulating MoI for successfully conducting the operation, PM Gruevski vowed that such actions would take place in the future.

    "Whether it is organised or not, a crime is a crime, we will resume fighting against it regardless of one's ethnic origin, party and religious affiliation," Gruevski pledged.


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