Kovacevski calls for the Parliamentary Commission for the supervision of the work of the ANB to hold a meeting on the "Onishchenko" case
Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski today called on the Parliamentary Commission for Oversight of the work of the National Security Agency (NSA) on the "Onishchenko" case to finally sit on this case, and the Ministry of Internal Affairs to finish the investigation as soon as possible regarding how it happened that a closed session of a parliamentary commission was broadcast live.
- I want to call the Parliamentary Commission to finally sit down and hold a meeting on this case because I see that there is an attempt that was, for me, rather poorly organized and also the Ministry of the Interior should finish the investigation as soon as possible regarding how a closed session of the Parliamentary Commission to be broadcast live. However, for everything that concerns the Assembly, I really cannot suggest and I cannot participate in making decisions there because the Assembly is a legislative authority, emphasized Kovacevski, answering a question during today's visit to the "Brilliant" factory in Shtip.
He reminded that the Government in its closed session adopted a conclusion by which it obliged the relevant institutions in the country to start activities to revoke the granted citizenship of Oleksandr Onishchenko
The procedure, as he clarified, will be based on the legal regulations that are prescribed and as soon as it is implemented, that is, when the activities are done, then the relevant institutions will be able to inform about it.
- By the way, a large number of details were discussed at that closed session. Given that you know that the Government's decision was made on the basis of all positive opinions from all institutions that should give an opinion, the information was shared by the director of the ANB. I cannot share information about them because it is a closed session of the Government and sharing information from such sessions is a serious crime punishable by law, with imprisonment from one to five years, Kovacevski said.