The EU stands ready to support the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia at this time of need.
The Commission's Emergency Response Coordination Centre (ERCC) is coordinating assistance through the EU's Civil Protection Mechanism to assist the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
6 billion across its four operational centres: Kosovo Euro 830 million, Serbia Euro 560 million, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Euro 186 million, and Montenegro Euro 74 million.
reached an agreement to acquire a stake in Pivara Skopje, the largest brewery in the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia
The European Commission has proposed additional macro-financial assistance to Bulgaria, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
and Romania, to help them overcome the impact of the Kosovo crisis.
Contractor address : THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
Today, an additional 10 million programme in EU assistance was adopted by the European Commission to help the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
improve its border and migration management systems in the context of the refugee crisis.