“Racket” case’s prime suspect claims former PM Zaev informed him that he was being followed


Former Prime Minister Zoran Zaev came to Bojan Jovanovski-Boki 13’s office after visiting the now-defunct 1TV last year and told him that foreign services were following him and former special prosecutor Katica Janeva, Jovanovski said in a statement at the Skopje Criminal Court on Thursday at the ”Racket” case hearing.
Jovanovski said he had witnessed Janeva being blackmailed and told to resign, or that what was happening now would happen.

Jovanovski noted that Zaev had told him that a foreign prosecutor had already initiated proceedings.

“I have been communicating with Zaev for many years. I have been a supporter, but never a member of SDSM. When he came to my office, he told me that a foreign prosecutor had already filed a lawsuit. I was scared and manipulated. I asked to communicate with Zaev, and I will say again that it is a shame that my phone was not examined,” Jovanovski said.


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