Richard Barabas, a spokesman for the spokesman, told a press conference why the Hungarian government "helped" the Grovesky escape and did not release former Macedonian prime minister.
The dialogue urges Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó to renounce his resignation from the Gruevski case and announce it at the Congress meeting on Monday.
A spokesman for Foreign Ministry spokesman Richard Barbaras said former Macedonian Nicolas Groovsky could not tell why he was in Hungary and why the Hungarian government helped him escape. He does not even know why the government fails to fulfill its obligations under domestic and international law, and why Macedonia's former Prime Minister Macedonia is not delivering to northern Macedonia to be imprisoned, he added.
Under the 1969 Act, Hungary recalls that it has an obligation to release Macedonian criminals or criminals convicted under criminal law. Because Gruevski came to the country without a passport, Hungary did not stick to its laws and added opposition politicians.
According to Barabás Richárd, responsibility covers the whole government, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Gergely Gulyás, but since the greatest responsibility is to the Minister of Foreign Affairs Pirter Szijjártó – the staff of Tirana and Montenegrin embassies actively participated in Gruevski's visit .
Péter Szijjártó contributed to smuggling the criminals convicted of violating a number of international and domestic laws, not knowing what was happening in his "organization" and saying that the possibility is true, I can not do it.
Nikola Gruevski was Macedonian Prime Minister between 2006 and 2016. This week, an international arrest warrant was issued against him if he did not download the two – year prison sentence imposed for his abuse. Later, he announced that he was in Budapest and asked for political asylum from the Hungarian authorities.