A1: Claims that Ljubco Georgievski and Dosta Dimovska had deliberated on “Macedonia’s” division are not true: Ljube Boskovski

 

A1: Claims that Ljubco Georgievski and Dosta Dimovska had deliberated on “Macedonia’s” division are not true: Ljube Boskovski

 
24 July 2009 | 17:55 | FOCUS News Agency
 
ljubco georgievski ficha biografia A1: Claims that Ljubco Georgievski and Dosta Dimovska had deliberated on Macedonia’s division are not true: Ljube Boskovski
 
Skopje. Liben Paunovski’s claims that Ljubco Georgoevski (former Prime Minister of “Macedonia”) and Dosta Dimovska (former Minister of interior) had in 2001 deliberated on the division of “Macedonia” are not true, said the former Interior Minister of “Macedonia” and leader of the United for “Macedonia” party – Ljube Boskovski, as quoted by A1 TV channel.
Boskovski had said that answering a journalist’s question during his visit today to the municipality of Mogila.
“These attacks against Georgievski and Dimovska are groundless and have been ordered by some center,” Boskovski stated.
He had also commented on the accusations that Nathan Dershowitz, who represents Johan Tarculovski before the Hague Tribunal, threw against him. According to Dershowitz, Boskovski denied testifying in support of Tarculovski, who is currently appealing against his verdict.
“I have answered to all questions that Dershowitz asked through my lawyers. And I will announce the content of the answers on the day when the verdict is announced. The claim that I have denied helping Tarculovski is another attempt at attacking Boskovski on behalf of the government, as they know time works in favour of the United for Macedonia party,” Boskovski stated.

FOCUS News Agency reminds:
The former interior minister Ljube Boskovski and Johan Tarculovski, former chief of the security guard of the late “Macedonian” President Boris Trajkovski, were charged by the Hague Tribunal with the killing of ethnic Albanians in the village of Ljuboten in 2001. The indictment of the Tribunal claims that Tarculovski had been in command of part of the special police squad that had on August 12, 2001 attached the village of Ljuboten, near Skopje. 7 men were killed during the attack, 14 houses were set on fire, and about a hundred of men were physically and mentally harassed.

Ljube Boskovski was acquitted in July 2008, and Johan Tarculovski was sentenced to 12 years in jail, and he is currently appealing against this sentence.

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