A Budapest court on Thursday rejected a request from North Macedonia for the extradition of former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, who has been granted asylum in Hungary.
Referring to bank cards and visa for migrants, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a public radio interview on Friday that pro-migration forces consider European institutions as a “transport agency”, because they believe migration is in Europe’s interest. Continue reading “Orban blames Soros for Gruevski’s case”
The immigration and asylum office “did not make any mistake” and the information it provided concerning the asylum case of former Macedonian PM Nikola Gruevski was “precise, professional and legitimate”, the interior minister told the press on Wednesday. Continue reading “Government defends Gruevski’s asylum”
Conservative opposition Jobbik is turning to the European Commission over the case of former Macedonian PM Nikola Gruevski, Jobbik deputy leader Marton Gyongyosi told a press conference he held jointly with Adam Mirkoczki, the (Jobbik) head of parliament’s national security committee, on Wednesday. Continue reading “Jobbik: Gruevski case raises countless questions”
Former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski confirmed on Tuesday that he has been granted asylum in Hungary. Continue reading “Gruevski granted asylum”
Speaking at a press conference in Brussels, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto reiterated that former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski entered Hungary fully legally. The asylum request of the politician was discussed in the parliament too. Continue reading “Government pressed for answers about Gruevski”
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto and Nikola Dimitrov, his Macedonian counterpart, have had telephone talks requested by the latter party, the Hungarian foreign ministry told MTI in a statement on Thursday. Continue reading “Gruevski in Budapest: Govt stresses security reasons”