What’s next for North Macedonia? Euronews Answers what lies ahead for the Republic of North Macedonia which elected a pro-European president on Sunday.
Social Democratic Union candidate Stevo Pendarovski and his main rival from the conservative VMRO-DPMNE party, Gordana Siljanovska have mostly focused on this year's name deal with neighbouring Greece, which will allow North Macedonia, previously known as Macedonia, to join NATO and the EU,
The presidential candidate backed by North Macedonia's ruling party has won Sunday's election, taking 51.66% of the vote.
Macedonians vote in election dominated by splits over name change
Greece's Tsipras and North Macedonian President George Ivanov were all smiles as they thrashed out their remaining differences.
Euronews looks at Google searches to see if North Macedonia's new name is catching on
After officially changing its name, North Macedonia took its seat at the NATO table for the first time on Wednesday.
Soldiers from the small Balkan country have already served alongside Nato troops on a number of operations.
The newly-named Republic of North Macedonia has today signed a pact that will pave the way for it to join NATO.
North Macedonia might be born but does it have a national identity?
All you need to know to understand the highly-controversial name dispute between FYR Macedonia and Greece.
MPs have made history in FYR Macedonia today.
FYR Macedonia has been ranked Europes most polluted country with pollution spiking ten times over recommended levels.
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have issued an extradition order for former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, who they say has fled the country to “avoid justice”.
FYROM's former prime minister, Nikola Gruevski, has been granted asylum in Hungary, the Magyar Idok newspaper reported on Tuesday.
Nikola Gruevski has submitted an asylum request in Hungary asking for refugee status.
A referendum on changing the nation of Macedonia’s name to North Macedonia to pave the way for NATO membership resulted in low voter participation today, a blow to the prime minister’s hopes for a strong message of support.
A referendum on changing the nation of Macedonia’s name to North Macedonia to pave the way for NATO membership attracted tepid voter participation Sunday, a blow to the prime minister’s hopes for a strong message of support.
Ahead of the referendum, polling organizers set up a polling station in Skopje on Saturday. Almost 1.8 million voters will decide whether the former Yugoslav Macedonia will change its name.
#Bojkotiram — can a group without a leader change minds and keep the name 'Macedonia'?
The demonstrations were over a deal which would allow the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to call itself the Republic of North Macedonia - ending a decades-old row about the country's name.
Angela Merkel says a controversial name-change deal would pave the way for Macedonia's membership of the European Union and NATO.
NATO has invited the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to begin accession talks to join the military alliance.
The current Macedonian government, in power since May 2017, has committed to paying more attention to the needs of Roma — but mutual suspicion remains.
The President of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; Gjorge Ivanov said on Tuesday he will not sign an accord settling a decades-old name dispute with Greece, paving the way for the Balkan nation's accession to the European Union and Nato.
FYR Macedonia's foreign minister promises to send a fresh batch of tomatoes to anyone who supports his country's bid for EU membership.