Zaev has no record of reporting the “Racket” case: The court did not allow the Prime Minister to be asked if he would personally give at least one euro to Boki


 VMRO-DPMNE Vice President Aleksandar Nikoloski, during the interrogation in the court where Zoran Zaev is suing him for defamation, addressed the media, emphasizing that the court did not allow him to ask a single question.

Nikoloski said it was a “key issue”.

“Would Zoran Zaev, both as a politician and as a businessman, give at least one euro, and not heavy millions, to a suspicious figure like Bojan Jovanovski, if there is no strong political pressure, racketeering and extortion behind it,” said Nikoloski.

Unfortunately, Nikoloski added, the court did not allow the question to be asked, because as he says, the answer would be clear to everyone.

The next hearing is scheduled for October 4th.

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