Interpol won’t issue arrest warrant for Gruevski despite junta’s requests


Head of Public Prosecutor’s Office for organised crime and corruption Vilma Ruskoska says Wednesday that the Interpol refuses to issue an international arrest warrant for the ex-Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski who was granted asylum in Hungary.

She said she did not know why the Interpol refuses to issue an arrest warrant. She said she had received documentation from Albania in the Nikola Gruevski’s escape investigation.

Interpol refuses to issue an arrest warrant, but it does not give an explanation, said Ruskovska.

Could be because Interpol doesn’t recognize the junta in Macedonia as a legitimate Government.