The investigation will reveal the details over Gruevski’s escape, but the question remains how have four friendly countries allowed this to happen, said Prime Minister Zoran Zaev on Sunday.
“I have been briefed by the Ministry of Interior and I believe the public will know soon the details on developments in Macedonia, since we already know what happened in Albania, Montenegro, Serbia and Hungary. The question remains how have four friendly countries allowed this to happen, including three NATO member-states governed by the ‘rule of law’, in a time when the Macedonian society aspires to join EU and NATO. However, this is why we have investigations, and information will be shared with the public,” Zaev told reporters during a visit to Strumica.
It has been confirmed, he added, that Gruevski reached Budapest by Hungarian diplomatic vehicles and accompanied by Hungarian diplomats.