Press Release
Celebrating the International Roma Day
Thursday, 08 April 2010 00:00

On the occasion of the International Roma Day April the 8th, President d-r Gjorge Ivanov sent the following message to the members of the Roma community in the Republic of Macedonia.

Respected,

It is my distinct pleasure to congratulate April 8th, the International Day of the Roma, to all the members of the Roma community in the Republic of Macedonia.

April 8th is the day dedicated to the largest ethnic minority in Europe and is a welcome opportunity to celebrate the Roma history and culture, but also to remind us of their current social and economic situation in various countries around the world.

The Republic of Macedonia is proud of its Roma community, which represents an integral part of the Macedonian society. The lever of rights Roma have in Macedonia is a model for the rest of the World. Namely, in our country the Roma have a right to education in their native tongue, a right to vote for Roma parties and are represented in all state institutions. Two days ago I've had the opportunity to decorete the Queen of Roma music Esma Redzepova Teodosievska with the Medal of distinguished services to Macedonia. This medal is a recognition for Esma, but also for all members of the Roma community for their contribution to build and represent the Republic of Macedonia.

Respected citizens, members of the Roma community,

We will not stop to reflect on what was accomplished so far. The battle to improve the social and economic position of the Roma must not stop. It is a permanent process that requires everyday activities. I assure that as President and as a person I will be a dedicated and faithfull supporter of this process.

Representatives from the parties of the Roma community meet with the President
Tuesday, 06 April 2010 00:00
Celebrating Easter
Thursday, 01 April 2010 00:00
Hungarian foreign minister Peter Balasz visits Macedonia
Wednesday, 31 March 2010 00:00

The President of the Republic of Macedonia, Dr. Gjorge Ivanov today (March 31) received Dr. Peter Balázs, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary.

The meeting was an opportunity to discuss the Euro-Atlantic perspectives of the Republic of Macedonia, as well as the integration process, which is a top priority for our country. President Ivanov stressed the great benefits that the countries of Central and Eastern Europe gained after the enlargement of the European Union as an enduring example for the Republic of Macedonia in implementing the reforms necessary for successful completion of the integration process. President Ivanov reiterated his position that the rapid expansion of NATO and the European Union is the best recipe for economic development, stability and further development of democracy and respect for diversity in the South-East Europe region.

In implementing these integration processes, President Ivanov stressed that it is very important that we are guided by proven and verified principles, set forth in Copenhagen.

President Ivanov took the opportunity to inform the Hungarian high official guest on the course of the talks in the dispute that Greece has imposed concerning the constitutional name of the Republic of Macedonia, as well as on the Republic of Macedonia’s arguments and positions.

Minister Peter Balázs said that the Republic of Hungary, as a neighbor in the region of South-East Europe, fully understands the needs of the Republic of Macedonia and of the overall region for rapid integration. Minister Balázs expressed his assurance that the integration processes of South-East Europe will be among the top priorities of the Hungarian EU Presidency in 2011.

 

Expression of condolences to Dmitry Medvedev, President of the Russian Federation
Monday, 29 March 2010 00:00
 
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