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The "invisible" patients during emergencies deserve our attention

We live in a time of permanent crisis ("permacrisis"). We here, in the WHO European Region, in recent years have faced a number of emergencies like never before in the past, such as epidemics of certain diseases, pandemics, military conflicts, extreme weather conditions, but also with natural and man-made disasters. Apart from these challenges, the European...

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Love or fair

Is this love, or a fair? The Albanian united opposition and the largest Macedonian opposition party (with its affiliates, ala Payo) have come together in a mutual leverage of emphasized ethno-nationalist rhetoric?! Let me tell you right away, it's not love, it's a fair, or at least bluffing with bad consequences. For small commodity exchange. You might think that the cheaper election...

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Doctor's Duel for President

A day after the classic disinformation that Ali Ahmeti could be the presidential candidate of DUI, which he himself did not deny in a statement to a Kosovo media (therefore, the party would have decided on all the options that were in play), on February 16 in "Argument Plus My colleague Mladen Chadikovski invited me to TV 24. In that conversation...

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"post from mobile"

Surely any average Internet user will immediately understand the word "post" in the title, especially placed in a mobile context, as information "posted" on the Internet. Perhaps it is logical in our digitized world that we first think of "posting" on social networks, and forget that the word "post" has another meaning. I didn't understand myself either...

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Human Rights Under Siege: What's Happening at the UN and New York Today?

Frustrating for all countries and diplomats is the deadlock on serious and binding decisions on the wars in Ukraine and Gaza. The Security Council is in an unenviable state of deadlock and is turning into a forum for arguments and numerous side events, organized in the inability to reach a satisfactory decision on the main events. The council adopted...

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About the fake dilemma Albanian president and prime minister

How things are going with the pre-election propaganda and campaigns, there is no longer any doubt that the attempts to impose an inter-ethnic conflict between Macedonians and Albanians will prevail in these presidential and parliamentary elections. Some fear that, as a majority nation, they have been humiliated and reduced to second-class citizens, and others that nothing has been achieved...

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The fate of an uninvited guest at a "pro-European dinner"

A little more than two months ago, a columnist friend of mine asked me if I would go to a consultation dinner" in a renowned hotel in Skopje, where the host would be former Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski (not this technical 100 days, Albanian from DUI). Astonished, I asked him what was the purpose of the more than 60 invited guests for...

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Two years later

Another Russian pride this time disappeared from the air. The Ukrainians shot down another mobile Russian airborne command A-50, a counterpart (so to speak) to US and NATO awax aircraft. Second, diplomats exploded. At the UN, the representative of Poland, then the foreign ministers of Poland and Germany, followed by the spokeswoman of...

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Why not an Albanian for king?

Why not an Albanian for king? It is only necessary to change the Constitution and declare the Republic of North Macedonia as the Kingdom of the Albanians, Bulgarians, Macedonians, Turks and other peoples living in it. It should be included in that Constitution that the preference for appointing the king of the state will be given to the peoples who live in it,...

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