The Ministry of Interior announced that it has demanded from the court to issue an international arrest warrant for Goran Grujovski and Nikola Boshkovski after the Supreme Court has confirmed the detention of 30 days for both of them, but the police wasn’t able to locate them.
Through a press release, MoI informed that upon orders by the Appeal Court, an international arrest warrant was issued and several premises were searched on addresses that were reported as locations where the suspects have lived
“Searches were conducted at several locations on the territory of the Republic of Macedonia i.e.e in Skopje, Veles, and Ohrid for which there was information that the suspects are using for hiding. Since they were not located yet, and in accordance with the legal proceedings, MoI has sent a request to the court to issue an international arrest warrant and on the orders of the court an international arrest warrant was issued for g.G. and N.B.” said MoI.
Goran Grujovski is a former Head of the Administration of Security and Counter-Intelligence (UBK) and is a prime suspect in SPO’s “Fortress” and “Target” cases. Nikola Boshkovski was an employee at UBK and was a suspect in the same cases.