The Prime MInister Zoran Zaev said today that he doesn’t expect Greece to hinder the extradition of Goran Grujovski and Nikola Boshkovski, out of political reasons. There is an international warrant for their arrest and the Special Public Prosection has filed charges against them for illegal wiretapping and for destroying the surveillance systems.
In conversation with journalists, Zaev stressed that Macedonia has previously established a cooperation with Greece and that he expects the international rule of law to the obeyed i.e. the former Head of the Administration of Security and Counter-Intelligence, Grujovski and his colleague Boshkoski, to be extradited.
Grujovski and Boshkovski were arrested last week at the airport in Thessaloniki when they tried to leave for Hungary with forged Bulgarian passports.