Sunday, December 31, 2006

Sanctions Against All Involved in Macedonian Arms Deal

Skopje. Macedonia's President Branko Crvenkovski and Defense Minister Lazar Elenovski have reached an agreement on imposing sanctions against all involved in the case with siezed dubious arms shipment.
Crvenkovski and Elenovski raised the issue for the responsibility of the General Staff in the arms deal and probably the Chief of the General Staff Miroslav Stojanovski could be replaced.
President Crvenkovski received part of the data from the investigation on the dubious shipment. After all the absence of Crvenkovski was the reason the session of the Parliamentary Committee on Defense not to take place, Utrinski Vesnik reports.
The session was rescheduled for Friday after the president of the committee Vlatko Gjorgjcev insisted on the presence of the Macedonian president Branko Crvenkovski at the session.

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