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Republic of Macedonia
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Location  Europe
Capital  Skopje
Area  25,713 sq km
Population  2,118,945
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  • NATO states on 6 February 2019 signed the Accession Protocol agreement for Macedonia, or the future Republic of North Macedonia, clearing the way for the Balkan nation to become the military alliance's 30th member.[1]

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  • Ana Colovic Lesoska of Macedonia, who led a seven-year campaign to cut off international funding for two large hydropower plants planned inside of North Macedonia’s Mavrovo National Park, won the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize 2019.[2]

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  • Radmila Šekerinska was the two-time acting female Prime Minister of Macedonia. She held the post of Prime Minister in 2004 from May 12 to June 12 and November 3 to December 15.[3]

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  • Macedonia and Greece signed an historic preliminary agreement on 17 June 2018 to rename the latter the Republic of North Macedonia, in order to put an end to a dispute that has soured relations between the two countries since 1991.

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  • Macedonian athlete Olivera Nakovska-Bikova won a gold medal on 31 August 2012 and set a world record in the Women's P2-10m Air Pistol-SH1 event at the Paralympic Games, in London.[4]


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  • Macedonia on 28 October 2016 was elected to serve on the United Nations Human Rights Council for a three-year terms beginning on 1 January 2017. The United Nations body is responsible for the promotion and protection of all human rights around the globe.[5]

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  • The United Nations General Assembly on 12 November 2013 elected Macedonia to serve on the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) for a period of three years beginning on 1 January 2014.

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  • Macedonia launched its first electric train on 15 November 2015. The new train has capacity for 200 passengers and is the first of six trains purchased by the Macedonian government from China.

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  • Macedonians planted six million trees in a single day on 19 November 2008 as part of a mass reforestation drive. The main aim of the campaign was to replant Macedonia's forests after extensive wild fires over the past two summers.[6]

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  • Bitola of Macedonia was declared as the member of the 2015 UNESCO Creative Cities Network in the Film category.[7]

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