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Ljupco Ljubco Georgievski

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Prime Minister

Macedonia
 
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  • Prime Minister
    Security Council
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Ljupco Georgievski, the ...
www.serbianna.com, 18 Jan 2011 [cached]
Ljupco Georgievski, the Prime Minister of Macedonia, made the following accusation on March 18:
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www.alb-net.com [cached]
Ljupco Georgievski took part in a ceremony on January 9 at a police base north of Skopje, where the Macedonian Orthodox Church leader presented medallions of Christ to the special police forces.
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Georgievski may have taken part in the presentation ceremony out of a conviction that a fresh wave of fighting is inevitable. Speaking on state television just before New Year, he said, "The renewal of the conflict is possible after the snow melts."
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In the presence of President Trajkovski, Prime Minister Georgievski and Interior Minister Boskovski, a new special unit named 'Lions', designed to perform combat and anti-terrorist actions, was publicly promoted on 2nd November 2001, after having been established by a decision of the Government.
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"Our latest information...says that one body has been found already," Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski, a nationalist hardliner, said of the dig in a rebel-inhabited valley near the northwestern city of Tetovo.
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"But we cannot act as babysitters for Georgievski and Boskovski and clean up their dirty work."
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The Tuesday issue (November 13, 2001) of "The Morning Herald" quoting its sources, carried information that at the session of the Security Council (President's advisory body) Prime Minister Georgievski and Speaker Andov demanded the launching of a military action in retaliation for actions of the Albanian side.
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The Socialist Party thought that Prime Minister Georgievski was behind such amateurish actions who "allows the clowns to run the police and the state". MAAK - the United Macedonian Action accused the Government for the death of the policemen. Whereas the biggest party opposed to the VMRO-DPMNE (also a member of the national unity Government) - the SDSM thought that "the decision to launch this action has been brought with the blessing of President Trajkovski and Prime Minister Georgievski and calls into question the entire peace process of stabilising Macedonia and is pushing the state into new violence and conflicts".
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Georgievski, a nationalist hard-liner with ultimate control over police forces, said there was no reason they could not return to rebel-inhabited territory quickly, although this ''unfortunately'' required talks with Western intermediaries.
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Right after it was announced, top clergymen and government leaders headed by Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski went to the top of Vodno to inspect the site.
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More moderate members of VMRO, not including Prime Minister Georgievski, are convinced that Boskovski has become a real liability for their party.
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www.idee.org, 12 June 2001 [cached]
prime minister Ljupco Georgievski tells his main coalition partner
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Macedonian prime minister Ljupco Georgievski
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Ungaro, OSCE representative in Macedonia), Ljupco Georgievski loosely distanced himself from the idea, still saying that after a month it will seem best solution to all Macedonians. That things became much complicated was shown exactly by Georgievski,
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murderers, Ljupco Georgievski calls Macedonian extremists rebels.
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foreign politics talks about political negotiations, Georgievski is in favor of the state of war. The latest massacre of five soldiers near Tetovo added fuel to the fire. Spokesman to the Macedonian government Antonio Milossoski who is now acting as personal spokesman of prime minister Georgievski, said after the massacre that it was doubtful whether there was any chance that "Albanians and non-Albanians could live together". At the occasion, he asked leaders of two
Carl Savich | Columns | serbianna.com
www.serbianna.com, 28 Oct 2005 [cached]
Ljupco Georgievski, the Prime Minister of Macedonia, made the following accusation on March 18:
Albanians in Macedonia Crisis Center - News
www.alb-net.com, 19 Jan 2002 [cached]
Ljupco Georgievski took part in a ceremony on January 9 at a police base north of Skopje, where the Macedonian Orthodox Church leader presented medallions of Christ to the special police forces.
...
Georgievski may have taken part in the presentation ceremony out of a conviction that a fresh wave of fighting is inevitable. Speaking on state television just before New Year, he said, "The renewal of the conflict is possible after the snow melts."
...
In the presence of President Trajkovski, Prime Minister Georgievski and Interior Minister Boskovski, a new special unit named 'Lions', designed to perform combat and anti-terrorist actions, was publicly promoted on 2nd November 2001, after having been established by a decision of the Government.
...
"Our latest information...says that one body has been found already," Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski, a nationalist hardliner, said of the dig in a rebel-inhabited valley near the northwestern city of Tetovo.
...
"But we cannot act as babysitters for Georgievski and Boskovski and clean up their dirty work."
...
The Tuesday issue (November 13, 2001) of "The Morning Herald" quoting its sources, carried information that at the session of the Security Council (President's advisory body) Prime Minister Georgievski and Speaker Andov demanded the launching of a military action in retaliation for actions of the Albanian side.
...
The Socialist Party thought that Prime Minister Georgievski was behind such amateurish actions who "allows the clowns to run the police and the state". MAAK - the United Macedonian Action accused the Government for the death of the policemen. Whereas the biggest party opposed to the VMRO-DPMNE (also a member of the national unity Government) - the SDSM thought that "the decision to launch this action has been brought with the blessing of President Trajkovski and Prime Minister Georgievski and calls into question the entire peace process of stabilising Macedonia and is pushing the state into new violence and conflicts".
...
Georgievski, a nationalist hard-liner with ultimate control over police forces, said there was no reason they could not return to rebel-inhabited territory quickly, although this ''unfortunately'' required talks with Western intermediaries.
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