NORTH MACEDONIA

PM hints at electricity allowances
POLITICS

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis hinted at possible electricity subsidies next month in response to soaring energy prices during an interview with Skai TV on Tuesday. 


PM sends out strong message to Skopje
FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ trip to the US for the NATO anniversary summit was dominated, if anything, by his strong messages to North Macedonia, both during his speech at the meeting and in the press conference that followed.

Greek PM reiterates warning to North Macedonia
FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Greece has once again warned North Macedonia that failing to respect the name deal between the two countries will jeopardize the Balkan state’s path to European Union membership.



FM lays out the path for Albania, North Macedonia
FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Underscoring Athens’ unwavering stance, Foreign Minister George Gerapetritis said on Tuesday that Greece’s objections to Albania and North Macedonia are not bilateral in nature, but touch on the European acquis.



North Macedonia’s PM calls Prespa Agreement a ‘reality’
FOREIGN AFFAIRS

The Prespa Agreement is a political “reality” the new prime minister of North Macedonia Hristijan Mickoski said during a press conference in Skopje on Monday. The agreement is “part of the constitutional and legal order,” he noted, adding that this was the stance of his party, VMRO-DPMNE, “for years”. Mickoski’s remarks came after an interview […]


Alcazar energy launches wind farm project in North Macedonia
ECONOMY

Renewable energy investor Alcazar Energy Partners said on Tuesday it has launched the largest wind farm project in North Macedonia with an investment of at least $500 million in debt and equity to help generate 400 megawatts of renewable energy. 

North Macedonia’s mixed signals about the Prespa Agreement
PODCASTS

With a new nationalist government in place in North Macedonia, Professor James Ker-Lindsay, who has worked extensively on the EU, the Balkans and Southeast Europe, joins Thanos Davelis to look into the mixed signals Skopje is sending about the Prespa agreement, and discuss the broader risks this poses for the region.