According to the statement, Grovsky has been convicted in a number of corruption cases and remains a suspect in several ongoing cases. He is accused of abuse of office, money laundering and other crimes. He committed the crimes for which he was accused as Prime Minister of North Macedonia between 2006 and 2016 – readable on the gate.
Gruevski was punished by a presidential decree punishing those who had contributed to undermining peace and stability in the Western Balkans. Sanctions are not allowed on US soil and their assets are frozen.
The statement highlights Gruevski’s escape from North Macedonia in 2018. He was sentenced to two years in prison for corruption in connection with the acquisition of a state Mercedes car.
The former prime minister finally obtained asylum in Hungary. He also established a company here, ICIC Ltd. Registered in a family home in Pecs. The main activity of the company is business management and other management consulting, but it also provided a lot of other activities (from wholesale of porcelain, glassware and cleaning products to organizing conferences).
Earlier, it was revealed that Foreign Minister Peter Sigarteau used to receive Gruevski in his office to seek advice on matters relating to the Western Balkans.
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