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Civic associations are paying tribute to the memory of the President Boris Trajkovski

Eternal Memory of the President


The President Boris Trajkovski was a person who unselfishly strived for the development of the civil society, and he himself was a member of the Civic Association "Mother Theresa"


On 3 March 2004 at the Home of Humanitarian Organizations "Dare Dzambaz" in Skopje, the civic associations paid their tribute to the memory of the Republic of Macedonia President, Boris Trajkovski. The tribute was organized by the NGO Parliament, the association of the Skopje citizen "Mother Theresa", the Macedonian Red Cross and other NGOs.

Vlado Dimovski, President of the NGO Parliament, Stojan Trencevski, President of the Civic Association "Mother Theresa", Jovan Damjanovski, President of the Macedonian Red Cross, Ljupco Efremov from the Macedonian Union of Disabled Communities and other civil sector representatives spoke at the tribute.

All of them have shown their respect for the late president, who was also part of the NGO sector in Macedonia and who, as they emphasized, unselfishly strived for the development of the civil society. President Trajkovski was member of the "Mother Theresa" association, and this year, he received the association's award.

The tribute was attended by several Macedonians living in other countries, especially from Australia, who expressed the condolences of all Macedonians who are spread around the world.

At the end of the tribute, the organizers showed a video tape, which has not been publicly shown yet, dedicated to the acceptance of United Nations Peace Award "U Tant" two years ago. U Tant is a former Secretary General of the United Nations, and the award was given to the President Boris Trajkovski by his personal friend, the monk Sri Cin Moi. 

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