- Wednesday, August 23, 2017 8:41 PM
Belgrade, 23 August 2017 (MIA) - Goran Zivaljevic, former security adviser at Serbia's Embassy in Skopje, denied late Wednesday the claims of VMRO-DPMNE party that he got no approval from Macedonian institutions to enter the Parliament during the 27 April incident.
Zivaljevic claims that he obtained a pass for his presence in the Parliament from the security adviser of the Macedonian President, Sinisa Aleksovski.
'That man was aware why I was there. My mission was not a secret and was well-intentioned in regard to Macedonia's security and the cooperation we have had with the country's security services,' Zivaljevic told Tanjug.
Earlier today, now opposition VMRO-DPMNE party said in a press release that none of Macedonia's state institutions received a request from or issued an approval to the Serbian diplomat to enter the Parliament during the incident. lk/20:38
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