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Macedonian police say they have broken up a human trafficking ring by arresting two Macedonian citizens in a village near the border with Serbia.
15jahre knast für die bande und den flüchtlingen asyl geben aber pronto!
Zitat von tetovë
es scheint als ob endlich jemand etwas tun würde...trotz tragischen geschehnissen, wurde viel - sehr viel gesindel verhaftet die letzten monate.... oder ich behaupte, die unruhen stammen von denjenigen die verhaftet wurden. MAFIA!
|UK Embassy, Scottish football fans make donation to Center for Homeless Children
|Friday, 11 May 2012
|British Embassy and Scottish organization 'Tartan Army Children's Charity' donated Wednesday money, furniture and technical equipment to the Day Center for homeless Children in Skopje settlement Suto Orizari.
The sum of about $7.000 is aimed to cover daily needs of food, clothes, learning and personal hygiene of the children. This is the second donation of the Scottish charity organization. In 2008 it collected $ 5.500 for Suto Orizari Center from Macedonia-Scotland football match.
British Ambassador to Macedonia Christopher Yvon handed over the Embassy's donation, namely furniture and technical equipment for regular functioning of the Center.
'Tartan Army Children's Charity' aims to help disadvantaged children in Scotland and in countries that its members visit whilst supporting Scotland's national football team.
|Macedonian Postal Service run by Illiterates
|Saturday, 12 May 2012
Who is running the Macedonian postal service? The answer can be somewhat surprising... the people who are running the post office aren't able to spell the name of their own country. Firms have been plagued with literacy problems since 2001, when people from the mountains who have never attended school or had the opportunity to come face to face with the Macedonian alphabet were put in high positions in both Government and state run companies.
The latest example is brought to you once again from postal service who decided to come up with a project called "Macedonia in EU" in which stamps would be created depicting the various capitals around the EU. With a minor error, the name of the country is missing an "E". Not the project manager, the editor nor the graphics department caught this error. Then again, you'd have to speak Macedonian and be familiar with the alphabet to catch this error?
The manager behind this project is Nexhat Alija. Feel free to contact him at email@example.com tel: ++389 2 240 18 51 Fax:++389 2 240 18 47.
Macedonia names Miko its Ariz. rep
Jason Miko, director of account service for Russell Public Communications, has been appointed honorary consul by the government of the Republic of Macedonia and will serve as a representative of Macedonia to Arizona.
The Russell Public Communications office will also serve as the office of the honorary consul.
Miko lived in Macedonia from 1996 to 2003, initially serving with Mercy Corps, a humanitarian organization based in Portland, Ore. He also served in other capacities, including executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Macedonia and executive director of the Boris Trajkovski International Foundation, an organization named after Macedonia's second president. Miko currently serves on four boards in Macedonia, and is a member of the Organizing Committee of the World Conference on Dialogue among Religions and Civilizations, a conference held every three years at Lake Ohrid, Macedonia, co-sponsored by the Government of Macedonia and UNESCO.
Miko's official duties as honorary consul include performing consular services as well as promoting and representing the economic, political and cultural interests of Macedonia in Arizona.
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Angestellte aus dem makedonischen Finanzamt "UJP" wegen der Aktion Detonator suspendiert.
Public Revenue Employees suspended for "Detonator" involvement
Sunday, 13 May 2012
MINA Breaking News - Public Revenue Employees suspended for "Detonator" involvement
Twenty-four employees in the regional units of the Public Revenue Office (PRO) in Stip, Bitola and Tetovo have been suspended due to their direct or indirect involvement in activities connected with “Detonator” action.
As Deputy PM and Finance Minister Zoran Stavreski said Sunday at the joint press conference with PRO Director Goran Trajkovski, three managers of regional units of PRO in Stip, Bitola and Tetovo, four coordinators of tax sections in Prilep, Kumanovo, Ohrid and Kicevo, five heads of tax windows in Kriva Palanka, Delcevo, Vinica and Demir Hisar as well as 12 inspection controllers in Stip, Bitola and Tetovo are suspended.
These personnel replacements show that PRO fights unselectively against grey economy, crime and violation of law in the Republic of Macedonia and all those directly and indirectly involved will bear responsibilities, Stavreski said.
Stavreski and Trajkovski pointed out that the Public Revenue Office significantly contributed to “Detonator” action in discovering illegal activities.
Macedonia and Israel ink Agriculture Agreement
Thursday, 17 May 2012
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy Ljupco Dimovski and Israeli counterpart Orit Noked signed yesterday a bilateral cooperation arrangement in the agriculture sector.
"The document formalizes bilateral cooperation, which has intensified in recent years through projects and technical support programs, transfer of modern Israeli technology, know-how, experiences, training and other forms of support from Israel", the Agriculture Ministry said in a press release.
The arrangement stipulates the construction of capacities and exchange of knowledge and experiences in agriculture techniques and technology, cooperation on advisory level, information exchange, promotion of public-private partnerships, diversification and intensification of agriculture production, rural tourism, water management and innovative irrigation technologies, land protection and appropriate agriculture practices, but also production of certified seed and related materials.
The document also regulates information exchange with regards to agriculture laws, statistics and other issues of mutual interest.
Government reaches agreement over export of Macedonian wine to China
The largest wine distributor in China will sign an agreement with nine Macedonian wineries for export of Macedonian wine to China.
Vice Premier for Economic Affairs Vladimir Pesevski told media that the leadership of the Chinese distribution company, which imports wine from the entire world, expressed satisfaction from the quality of Macedonian wines at Tuesday's presentation and tasting in Chengdu.
"Macedonian wines were presented during the business forum in Chengdu, including a large number of Chinese wine distributors, with one of the largest ones, which has over 600 distribution centers in the country, expressing satisfaction from the quality. We referred to the signing of an agreement with nine wineries for export of Macedonian wines to China", said Pesevski.
He added the export would represent the Government's assistance to the wine industry, grape producers, and the Macedonian economy in general.
The Chengdu business forum included meetings with numerous companies from the fields of energy, construction, real estate, and transportation systems.
The Macedonian Government delegation, led by Vice Premier Vladimir Pesevski, also included Minister for Attraction of Foreign Investments Vele Samak, and Director of Agency for Foreign Investments and Export Promotion Visar Fida. The Chengdu business forum was organized by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT).
The Government team, led by Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, attended Wednesday a business forum in the city of Qingdao, a 5-million city in eastern China, renowned for its swift economic development of an average ten percent per year.
The business forum was attended by representatives of over 100 companies from the Qingdao region.
PM Gruevski urged Chinese businessmen to invest in Macedonia, adding that both countries are committed to promotion of investments in infrastructure, agriculture, education and tourism.
"There are a number of ongoing investment projects for improvement of the physical infrastructure, such as modernization of the energy sector, where Chinese companies can play a significant role", said Gruevski.
He referred to benefits offered to investors, such as low taxes, tax exemptions, state support for investments in technological-industrial development zones, and subsidies for construction costs or training of staff.
Qingdao Deputy-Mayor Liu Mingjun voiced belief over the establishment of enhanced relations between Qingdao companies and Macedonia.
"Macedonia is a Balkan country renowned for its history, hospitality and natural richness. Macedonia and Qingdao can cooperate in the fields of agriculture, infrastructure, education and tourism", said Mingjun.
Vice Premier Pesevski referred to specific projects in the spheres of energy, mining and tourism, Minister Samak highlighted the macroeconomic indicators that guarantee a favorable environment for doing business, whereas foreign investments agency director Fida focused on the options for investments in the automotive and pharmaceutical industries, as well as investment opportunities in agriculture.
Macedonia's investment opportunities will be presented on Thursday at a business forum in Shanghai, followed by a meeting with representatives of Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology.
The Macedonian delegation will wrap up the visit to China with Friday's presentation of investment opportunities in Macedonia at a business forum in Hong Kong. In addition, Gruevski will meet with Donald Tsang, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
MINA Breaking News - Government reaches agreement over export of Macedonian wine to China
Macedonia, Luxembourg sign double taxation agreement
17. May 2012. | 06:25
Vice Premier and Finance Minister Zoran Stavreski and Luxembourg Finance Minister Luc Frieden signed Tuesday in Brussels a double taxation and investment protection agreement.
The agreement represents a legal framework for enhancement of bilateral economic cooperation in the fields of commodity and service exchange and mutual investments. The treaty enables the free flow of people, capital, revenue, services etc, as well as stimulation and enhancement of economic relations between the two countries, the Finance Ministry said in a press release.
The document opens the possibilities for realization of investments by business entities from both contracting states.
Das ist mit ABSTAND das Lustigste Thema hier im Forum... Haettest schreiben muessen NAchrichten aus WANNABE MAKEDONIA.....
Grusse nach Skopia!
Zitat von michalisgr
Wir werden viel Spaß mit dir hier haben, prosfyge ))))
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