The former chief of the fifth administration, Goran Grujovski, and Nikola Boskovski, who was an employee at UBK, were arrested in Thessaloniki last night.
“Meta” learned that the Greek police acted on the international arrest warrant which had been issued by Macedonian authorities and, after locating them, brought them into custody.
The Ministry of Interior still has not officially confirmed this information and said they will later inform the public and press.
On July 30th, the Ministry of Interior issued warrants for Goran Grujovski and Nikola Boshkovski who were on the run.
Grujovski and Boskovski are both charged in the “Fortress” and “Target” cases. The SPO are expected to determine who has been illegally wiretapping in the country for years. Both were inaccessible to the authorities and prosecution, after the court ruled that they be detained after they had been pressuring other witnesses.