The City of Skopje to provide MKD 7 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine


The Council of the City of Skopje held the sixth session on Thursday at which a Decision on providing humanitarian aid to the citizens of Ukraine in the amount of 7 million denars was voted, as an expression of solidarity of Skopje citizens for the citizens affected by the military conflict in the country.

At the session, the Council of the City of Skopje ascertained the termination of the mandate of the current member of the Council Martin Popov, and also verified Ajselj Sejfula’s term.

The councilors discussed and voted on several items on the agenda such as the Draft Annual Account for the Budget of the City of Skopje for 2021, the Report on realization of capital investments in the City of Skopje, as well as the Report on realization of the program for arranging construction land in the City of Skopje.

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