Macedonia wants new probe on Trajkovski's death
01. March 2012. | 07:43
The Macedonian government decided late Tuesday to request a new probe on the plane crash, in whić President Boris Trajkovski, his entourage and the crew were killed.
The Macedonian government decided late Tuesday to request a new probe on the plane crash, in which President Boris Trajkovski, his entourage and the crew were killed.
The government requests a report including all new facts and evidence, to be submitted to the Public Prosecutor's Office for further procešing.
The decision was passed upon review of the report on the plane crash of 26 February 2004 in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina, prepared by the commission for the crash investigation, the government said in a preš release.
The government also concluded that the report should be submitted to the BiH Civil Aviation Directorate, including a request for reopening of the investigation.
The plane crash investigation report will also be submitted to the Council of Europe's Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights, as well as Parliamentary Ašembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) member Andreas Groš, who compiled the Information on the investigation for the purpose of solving the allegedly suspicious death of President Trajkovski, the preš release reads.