North Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski said it was unlikely that current officials would also be on the US blacklist.
Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski answered a reporter’s question today, saying it was unlikely that current officials would be on the US blacklist.
Kovaczewski, who did not provide any additional information on the matter, added that he simply “did not meet the investigators.”
When asked if these were officials against whom Minister Slavica Jrkovsek had initiated a procedure to determine the harassment, Prime Minister Kovaczewski said he did not say that Jrkovska had filed a criminal complaint, but that there were “reports that she was doing so in accordance with it”.
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