Macedonian Government recalls Miko and appoints Elenovski as Special Envoy to Brussels


At yesterday’s session, the government revoked several consuls, including the most exposed Jason Miko, a longtime columnist from the defunct newspaper “Dnevnik” and government consultant in the VMRO-DPMNE era, who had been paid from the state budget.

Previously, he was a lobbyist for VMRO-DPMNE and a consultant. According to documents registered with the US Agency for Registration of Foreign Contributors – FARA, for 7,500 dollars a month, VMRO-DPMNE hired Jason Miko to provide consulting services just before the July the 5th, 2006 elections, to which the party came to power.

In addition to Jason Miko, Richard Goldman, Thomas Taneff, Andrew Dimitri Peykoff, Lou Vlasho and Pursham Koramangala Jayam were all recalled.

According to the points in the personnel changes, the government yesterday named Bujar Darlishta as Acting. Director of the Directorate for Register of Registers, and Lazar Elenovski has been appointed as the Special Envoy of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia for NATO Integration in Brussels.

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