Mickoski warns Zaev that he may be surprised by “Racket” case information


During last night’s TV duel on MTV1, VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski referred to the “Racket” scandal, which has created waves after the claims of the convicted in the “Racket” case, Bojan Jovanovski about where the bag with the extorted money ended up.

Zoran Zaev has repeatedly said in the past that businessman Jordan Kamcev, the suspect in a case of the former Special Public Prosecutor’s Office (SPO), allegedly financed VMRO-DPMNE for the election campaign and that a huge amount of money had been transferred to the party’s account. Mickoski, on the other hand, replied that such relations did not exist, although the party can be funded by anyone who wanted to.

“I don’t know why you connect me with Jordan Kamcev and you persistently claim that I have a close relationship. I am afraid that you will be surprised if it turns out that someone else is really very close to him and his associates,” said Mickoski.

He added that VMRO-DPMNE had no relations with Kamcev and that “these are absolute lies that Zoran Zaev is spreading everywhere, but that is nothing new considering that we know that Zoran Zaev is a man who never tells the truth”.

Mickoski referred to the criminal games of individuals close to SDSM and Zoran Zaev, as well as the murky racket deals that, as he said, point to the former prime minister.

“Regarding Louis Vuitton bag that was taken out of Jovanovski’s home, Zoran Zaev says that it has absolutely nothing to do with him, i.e. he himself reported the racket to the Public Prosecutor’s Office. Mickoski stressed that if Zoran Zaev really reported the racket properly, then there should be a written note on such a report, which he does not actually have. That indicates the illegitimacy of the report,” Mickoski said.

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