Former UBK director released from prison

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Former Administration for Security and Counterintelligence (UBK) director Sasho Mijalkov has been released from the Struga Penitentiary Thursday morning.
Mijalkov served a three-year prison sentence for the “Empire” case, which expired in April of the following year. According to the agreement, he entered the Struga prison on August 22, 2022, and the four months he previously spent in custody are also included in his sentence.
An appeal previously annulled three verdicts against Mijalkov for the cases “Tresor”, “Target-Fortress” for wiretapping and the “Titanic 2” for election irregularities. With the amendments to the Criminal Code, he was definitely saved from a prison sentence for “Target-Fortress” and “Titanic 2”, and “Tresor” expire in 2024.

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