Prosecutor Vilma Ruskovska accused Wednesday Interpol of allegedly refusing to issue an arrest warrant for former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski.

On the other hand, Interpol says the institutions in Skopje should be asked about that, reports Alsat M.

“If or when the police in any of the 194 Interpol member states share information with the General Secretariat in Lyon related to investigations or individuals, that information remains in the possession of that member state. Thus, Interpol does not comment on specific cases or individuals, except in special circumstances and with the approval of the member state concerned. Regarding your request, we would advise you to contact the relevant national authorities,” Interpol said.