The Ministry of Justice denies that Gruevski has been arrested


After reports emerged that former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski had allegedly been arrested in Hungary, they were dismissed by the Ministry of Justice, denying that Gruevski had been arrested, and denying reports that his extradition was not required.

The public is aware that the Justice Ministry immediately after Nikola Gruevski’s escape – last year, sent a request for his extradition and it was rejected.

In addition to this is the latest letter dated 31 October 2019 from the Hungarian Ministry of Justice informing us that after the extradition was refused, the documents were sent to the Hungarian Prosecutor’s Office,” the Ministry of Justice said.

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