Europe Day – a celebration of European peace and security

On May 9 every year, EU member states celebrate Europe Day. On the anniversary of the signing of the Schumann Declaration in 1950, this is a day to reflect on the cooperation, prosperity and peace that came about through the European project.

The date, May 9, commemorates French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman's historic declaration in 1950 of the establishment of the European Coal and Steel Community, which later became the European Union. Since 1985, this day has been marked with celebrations and festivities throughout Europe.

In 1952, in honor of Schumann and the "Schumann Declaration", May 9 was declared Europe Day, which is celebrated every year as a day to celebrate peace and unity in Europe, and at the same time the current EU flag was promoted as the Flag of Europe.

The flag features a circle of 12 gold stars on a blue background. They stand for the ideals of unity, solidarity and harmony among the peoples of Europe. The number of stars has nothing to do with the number of member countries, although the circle is a symbol of unity.

The EU motto, "United in diversity", was adopted as the motto of the European Union in 2000.

Europe Day celebrations touch the domains of art, culture, politics and much more. Through music, dance, discussions, projections and other formats, thousands of people commemorate peace, unity and the European idea. Member states and candidates host celebrations in a multitude of cities, often in collaboration with national entities, EU institutions or civil society.

Russian Federation: Roma found the latest Russian drone, and wanted to sell it as scrap metal, panicked and the police were immediately informed

Collectors of scrap metal tried to sell the Russian Orlan-10 drone for scrap in Tambov region!

Panicked workers, however, immediately called the police, who are now investigating how the drone ended up in the hands of local Roma. A group of deminers also arrived at the waste. The plane will be sent to Moscow after the investigation.

Orlan-10 is actually the latest Russian drone developed and manufactured by St. Petersburg company STC. The drone is designed for reconnaissance and surveillance. It can broadcast targets for destruction from various combat vehicles or be used to adjust artillery fire and electronic warfare.

The Ministry of Defense of Russia stated at the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine that the Orlan-10 was also used on the front in an attack version. For this, it is equipped with high-explosive fragmentation mini-bombs, converted from VOG-25 ammunition for grenade launchers under the barrel, and then launched from a catapult.

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Republic of North Macedonia: The elections on May 8 will be followed by almost 2,000 domestic and foreign observers and journalists.

Almost 2,000 observers, domestic and foreign journalists and translators will follow the double elections on May 8 in the country. A total of 1,999 observers were accredited to monitor the second round of the presidential and parliamentary elections, of which the largest number, or 1,078, are domestic. The elections will be monitored by 770 foreign observers, 66 foreign journalists, and 85 translators have been hired. The OSCE/ODIHR mission has accredited 410 observers and 14 experts, and of the domestic ones, the largest number, or 752 observers, have been hired by the Association for the Development of Social Innovations "Wake Up".

The elections will be monitored by 138 observers from the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, the ad hoc commission of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe with 33 observers, as well as 68 observers from the US Embassy in Skopje. 66 journalists and media workers from the largest Balkan and regional media, as well as from Reuters, Associated Press, Al Jazeera, and France Press, have been accredited to monitor the dual elections.

"Roma for Democracy" Foundation - Roma against corruption and violence

The "Roma for Democracy" foundation requests an increase in their observers during the second round of presidential elections and the first round of parliamentary elections, where pre-election bribery has been found, in places where the dominant Roma population lives.

The "Roma for Democracy" foundation organizes a march against corruption and violence. The "Roma for Democracy" Foundation requested a meeting with the Minister of the Interior, Toškovski, in front of the Ministry of the Interior. 

Link: https://www.mrt.com.mk/node/109020


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6-to Romano Čhavorikanoo muzikakoro festivali 
„Čhavorikano Suno 2022“ – SP BTR

6-ти Ромски Детски музички фестивал
„Детски Сон 2022„ – СП БТР

6th Romani Children's Music Festival
"Children's Dream 2022" - SP BTR

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