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Media: Hungary helped to escape the convicted ex-Prime Minister of Macedonia

СМИ: Венгрия помогла сбежать осужденному экс-премьеру МакедонииAccording to police, the Hungarian Embassy in Albania gave Gruevski the car in which he went to Montenegro on 11 November

According to police, the Hungarian Embassy in Albania gave Gruevski the car in which he went to Montenegro on 11 November. The Albanian authorities have not detained former Prime Minister, because at that time he was not wanted.

The former Prime Minister of Macedonia and former head of the largest opposition party VMRO-DPMNE was convicted by a court in Skopje for malpractice when buying a car worth over 500 thousand euros.

On Tuesday, November 13, it became known that he is in Hungary, where he applied for political asylum.

Earlier it was reported that the Office for migration Hungary has received a request Nikola Gruevski asylum and consider its application in accordance with the law.

“Given the fact that he was the Prime Minister of his country for ten years, for security reasons, the Hungarian authorities allowed Gruevski’s petition for asylum, which was received by the Office for migration in Budapest. The immigration Department will consider a request for asylum in accordance with Hungarian and international law.”

As you know, Macedonia urges Hungary to extradite two years the ex-Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, who fled to Budapest.

He is accused of illegal purchase of armored Mercedes for more than 650 million euros when the Macedonian Prime Minister in 2012. The court found him guilty of corruption and sentenced to two years in prison, but on November 9, when it should have been delivered to the place of detention, Nikola Gruevski is gone.

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