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Greek Supreme Court to decide over Grujevski, Boskovski extradition

Greek Supreme Court to decide over Grujevski, Boskovski extradition

Athens, 18 May 2018 (MIA) - The Greek Supreme Court is set to decide Friday over the extradition of former Administration for Security and Counterintelligence (UBK) officials Goran Grujevski and Nikola Boskovski, MIA reports from Athens.

The Supreme Court is set to rule over the defendants' appeal after a Thessaloniki court approved the extradition request by the Macedonian authorities on January 5.

Boskovski and Grujevski have also filed a request for political asylum, which is to be reviewed following the Supreme Court decision. In addition, the two men are also tried in Greece for the possession of fake passports.

The two men were arrested in Thessaloniki on 18 October 2017 under a warrant issued by Macedonia. The two former secret police employees are indicted by the Special Prosecutor's Office (SPO) in connection to its cases codenamed Fortress, Fortress 2 and Target for illegal surveillance of communications and destruction of equipment used for the interception. ik/09:14


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