Marichikj: Budapest does not plan to extradite Gruevski


Minister of Justice Bojan Marichikj, during an interview with “Studio 10”, commented on the extradition and noted that our country has grounds to request the extradition of former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski from Hungary.

“There is a basis for him to look for him. We are receiving information from Budapest that they do not plan to extradite him for now because he has political asylum from the Hungarian government,” said the Minister of Justice.

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