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Police cannot find the main accused in the mass wiretapping in the “Tvardina – Target” case, Sasho Miyalkov, after the court ordered his house arrest over the weekend, Sloboden Pechat reports.
The sentence of Sasho Miyalkov, who is accused of abuse of office and criminal association, is due to be announced on Friday, February 26. The former director of counterintelligence was sought at the address he left in court to be served with his home address, but was not found there.
The police searched for Miyalkov in Vodno, in the Kapishtets neighborhood, where he has an apartment, and in the Marriott Hotel, but in those hours before midnight the trail of the main accused in Target-Tvardina was lost, Sloboden Pechat writes. Intensified police control is carried out on almost all cars on the Skopje ring road, the newspaper writes.
The government will begin negotiations to buy 100,000 doses of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine, Skopje buildings said. This was announced by Prime Minister Zoran Zaev. The government’s goal is to ensure the continuation of vaccination, which began with the immunization of health workers with Pfizer vaccines received from Serbia. Health authorities expect the remaining 8,000 vaccines promised by Serbia to arrive this week.
200,000 vaccines from the Chinese manufacturer Sinopharm are also expected. By the end of March, 30,000 doses of the KOVAX system are expected, through which the Republic of Northern Macedonia ordered 800,000 vaccines, but their arrival is delayed and in reduced quantities than originally planned, the publications write.
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