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Coronavirus: Information for clients

Dear Clients,
dear Business Partners,

due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have cancelled all personal appointments with clients at our office in Skopje until further notice.

Of course, we are still at your service at any time. You can reach your personal contact at CMS most reliably by e-mail, but you can also contact him/her by phone. If you have a general enquiry, please contact us by e-mail at [email protected].

We sincerely hope that you and your families will get through these difficult times well!

Your CMS Team in Skopje

Are you a company operating in Macedonia or assessing business opportunities abroad that involve complex legal issues? As North Macedonia moves closer to the legal systems of the European Union, transformational reforms have been introduced that pose numerous challenges to companies and investors. Our CMS experts have more than ten years' experience in North Macedonia and work in multi-disciplinary teams to support you with an established pool of local and international expert know-how.

Over the past ten years, CMS legal experts have been involved in some of the most significant projects in North Macedonia and have been providing high quality legal advice to some of the biggest players in the region in their operations in North Macedonia.

Our specialist lawyers can guide you through mergers, disposals and capital market transactions as well as advise you in all tax, employment, technology, competition and real estate issues. If you are involved in a dispute, we can support you through the various resolution procedures or litigation action. Present in over 40 countries, we are specialised in finding answers to all your legal challenges, wherever you are based.

Reach out to us via our online contact form or give us a call if you are seeking experienced legal experts to help you successfully grow and expand your North Macedonian business interests. 

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From Skopje International Airport

By taxi
The journey from the Skopje International Airport takes about 25 minutes and costs around MKD 1,200 or approx. EUR 20.

By bus
Buses operate between the airport and the city centre. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes and costs MKD 180 or EUR 3.00. Tickets can be purchased from the booth at the airport and are paid for in the local currency, which can be obtained from exchange offices or ATMs at the airport. The bus stops at the International Bus Station (stopping outside the Zegin pharmacy) and the Holiday Inn hotel. Buses have timed arrivals/departures and leave the airport every day at 01:00; 02:50; 04:30; 09:00; 10:30; 13:30; 15:50; 18:30; and 20:30 hours. The airport bus takes you to the Holiday Inn hotel in the city centre and from there you can take a taxi to our office (for around MKD 120 or EUR 2.00).

By car
The airport is located around 20km from our office. Coming from the airport take the 1st exit at the roundabout. Keep right at the fork and merge onto A1/E75. Merge onto A1/E75. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Skopje. Continue onto A3. Merge onto A4. Take the exit on the left toward Aleksandar Makedonski Boulevard. Enter the next roundabout and take the first exit onto Belasica. Turn right onto Goce Delcev Boulevard. Turn left onto VMRO Boulevard and continue for 250 metres until you reach Partizanski Odredi Boulevard. The office is on the corner of VMRO Boulevard and Partizanski Odredi Boulevard.

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CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz DOOEL Skopje
Bul. Partizanski Odredi Br. 14/2
1000 Skopje
North Macedonia
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