One suspects the group of seven persons, who were organising terrorism in favour of ISIS, Macedonian citizens are hiding in Kosovo. Kosovo authorities have information that he is in Ferizaj
Albanian from Macedonia, Burhan Seferi, who is suspected by the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Skopje as terrorist associated with the Islamic State (ISIS), is hiding in Kosovo, have suggested to Express by security sources.
According to these sources the newspaper, Seferi is taking refuge in the region of Ferizaj.
Express understands that Sefer Burhan since the early days avoided arrest in Macedonia remained in the town of Kacanik , from where a good part of the ISIS people from Kosovo, including terrorist Lavdrim Muhaxheri, wanted by Interpol.
Express waited for more than a week by Kosovo police, but the institution has refused to comment on the case of Sefer Burhan.
Since the same has noted that it is escorted by the Kosovo authorities, Express understands that Seferi is moved to other cities of Ferizaj, where he has relatives far from the family circle.
Public Prosecutor’s Office in Skopje, at the beginning of this month has ordered an investigation of seven persons, ISIS representative in Macedonia. The suspects were charged offenses terrorist organisation.
Considering that the public prosecutor are legal grounds to meet the pretrial judge in the Basic Court Skopje suspects had proposed that the precautionary measure of detention t`i.
During the action seven checks were carried out of which 6 in Skopje and one in Tetovo. During the search police managed to enter Macedonia in handcuffs Bunjamin Gashi, Faruk Ergin Izeirin Useini Skopje and Mustafa Memeti from Tetovo.
Three people managed to evade arrest and according to the local media in Macedonia two of them, Sefet Ramadani from Skopje and Sulejman Idris from Kumanovo allegedly found in Syria, while the person Burhan Seferi from the village of Aracinovo there on July 9, 2016 knowledge operative that was found on the territory of Skopje, but then he disappeared from the ‘radar’ of the Macedonian authorities.