Macedonia officially gets EUR 100 million loan from the EU to deal with the consequences of the Russian-Ukrainian war


The EU’s decision on providing macrofinancial assistance for North Macedonia in the amount of EUR 100 million for management of the effects caused by the Russian aggression on Ukraine, has entered into force after it was published in the Official Journal of the EU on Monday.

The decision, which the General Affairs Council (GAC) unanimously approved last Monday, is signed by the President of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola and the Spanish State Secretary for the European Union Pascual Navarro Ríos, on behalf of European Council President Charles Michel. The decision was adopted by the European Commission on February 6, followed by the European Parliament on June 13 and the Committee of Permanent Representatives (COREPER) on July 5.

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