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Ljubco Georgievski

Prime Minister

Macedonia

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Presidency of the NGO Friends of the Pan European Movement for the Republic

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ISIS - Balkan Regional Profile. No. 03, March 2002

isis-bg.org [cached]

NATO Secretary-General Lord George Robertson met with Macedonian Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski in Brussels and encouraged him to finally adopt the long-waited Amnesty Law.
During the Vilnius Group meeting of the NATO applicants in Bucharest on 25 March, the prime ministers of these two countries, Ljubco Georgievski and Pandeli Maiko met to discuss the implementation of the Pact of Stability for Southeastern Europe.


Free Archbishop Jovan (John) VI » Stojan Andov: Archbishop Jovan is a political prisoner

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The former Prime minister of FYR Macedonia, Mr Ljubco Georgievski, in an interview also underlined that for him it was an undisputable fact that Archbishop Jovan of Ohrid was a political prisoner ("Fokus", issue 891/892, 27.07.2012) and that the church issues in FYR Macedonia should not be solved by persecutions and imprisonments of Bishops, monastics and faithful people of the Orthodox Ohrid Archbishopric (A1on, 30.05.2012).
In the last 11 years, the proverbial Macedonian judiciary has for the seventh (7) time placed Archbishop Jovan behind bars! He is today in the Idrizovo prison, with visibly deteriorated health!


Global Politician - The Balkans

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It consisted of the VMRO - fervent nationalists with Bulgarian roots, headed by the poet-politician Ljubco Georgievski - and the Democratic alternative (DA).
Interview with Macedonian Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski Mr. Georgievski was the first Deputy-Premier of his country in 1991 and was elected Prime Minister in November 1998.


Macedonian PM calls for military action after motel blast

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Macedonian Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski called for military action on Sunday after two security guards were killed in a blast that destroyed a motel near the northwest village of Celopek.
Speaking to journalists after taking part in a Macedonian security cabinet meeting, Georgievski said: "I can say the barbarian behaviour of the terrorists after Lesok is continuing. Georgievski also said he opposed withdrawing the military from the northwest unless the ethnic Albanian rebels of the National Liberation Army (NLA) retreated to positions they held when a ceasefire was signed in early July. "I am absolutely against withdrawing heavy artillery from military positions before we agree that the terrorists (NLA) should return to positions that they held on July 5," he said. Georgievski, a nationalist, rebuffed the estimations once again on Sunday, describing them as "laughable and humiliating for Macedonia".


NATO mission on hold as Macedonia security cabinet meets

www.alb-net.com [cached]

On Saturday, Macedonian Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski, a nationalist, described NATO's estimations as "laughable", saying that the guerrillas had 70,000 pieces of weaponry.


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