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Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/09/13: CIA-RDP80-00809A000600260342-3 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENC`?Y-- ' "R'EPORT SUBJECT Biographical - Political arrestor HOW PUBLISHED Wee2}ly newspaper WHEP7 PUBLIWr1ED Sofia DATE PUBLISHED 20 Aug 1949 LANGUAGE Serbo-Croatian COUNTRY Yugoslavia 7NIN NOCNNIOT CONTMN# INFONNATION AFFIOTINN TN1 NAn01141. OIFIN.9 OF THE UNITED STATEN WITNIN THE NIANINN OF M ACT NO O. C.. $I ANN 11. AS ANINONH. ITS TNAN$NIN NIOM ON TMf NNYCAATINN N/ ITS CONTENTS IN ANY ^ANNIN TO AN UNAUI.NNII10 FFN16N II FRO' NTN111N NT LAW. NNPPiCOCTION OF TM10 FAIN 11 INOMINITIO. STAT DATE DIST. A6 Oct 1949 NO. OF PAGES 2 SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO. THIS IS UNEVALUATED INFORMATION PRO--BOVXNT CV~I~RyIh11811E A imS IM MACEDONIA ?Ip ia~.au0, .AST, -- = va A~ FlV O oa Yt VLVl G) 1 . QA LLp1 PaP- C donia is raging in full force. After arresting the entire Central Council of United Labor Unions of 1fauedonin, they began to arrest tunny old and honest Cammuniat internationalists and other patriots faithful to the USSR and to the international aclidtrity of the democratic peoples. Those arrested are sub- jeotod to tortures unequaled oven by the inquisition of the Gestapo. Other comrades are sent to various Yugoslav concentration camps in which former gendarme of prewar Yugoslavia, followers of Medic and Mihajlovic, and collaborators are employed as guards. Uzunovsti, faithful servant of Rankovic, acts brutally not only toward the arrested but also toward the families of arrested, exiled, and killed comrades, holds them it jail without cause; and deprives them of means of aupport. CLAS ' ICATION RESTRICTED STATE lXNAVY NS'tB r DISTRIBUTION ARMY ASR F81 i Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/09/13: CIA-RDP80-00809A000600260342-3 Pavel Si. ateReventy years old, veil-imown fighter for the future of the Macedonian people. Re participated in the Salonikf affair of 1903, and as a result %is sente-oed tc 101 years and exiled to Africa. After .be liberatiou of Macedonia, S%tev beer:se HL:?. ter of Justice and a member of the Presidium of the People's Skupstina of Macedonia. Because of his great love for the USSR, as veil as became of h:a criticism and protests against the present Macedonian leaders for their anti-Soviet and anti-Bulgarian policy and the terror which they are conducting in Macedonia, he was arrested in 1948, but after protests of citizens he was med. Nov this brilliant fighter is again in the Rankovic-Uzunoveki torture chambers. Mire Anaetasov. Faithful son of the working class and the Macedonian people. He is well known among he younger generation of Macedonian Co munists as a fearless fighter against Tltolau and for lasting friendship with the Soviet Union and the Bulgarian people. About 40 years old, he ban fought for more than 25 the ranks of the working class. In prover Yugoslavia, he was arrested many time, beaten, sentenced, to long imprisonment, and held in the notorious RESTRICTED Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/09/13: CIA-RDP80-00809A000600260342-3 jail at Sremake Mitrovica. During the occupation, he was condemned to death by a Bulgarian monarcho-fascist court, but later his sentence was commuted to life imprisonment. After the liberation of liacadonia, because of his uncompromising attitude toward the policy of Tempo, Bolleeveki, and other Tito men, he was appointed Minister Plenipotentiary to Belgium so that he would be far away and not in- fluence others. He remained there until September 1948, when he was recalled to Belgrade and detained by Bankovic. lie wee temporarily placed at the dis- position of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Macedonia, then appointed one of the vice-chairmen of the Planning Cosoaiesion, and later be- awe rieputy Minister of Labor of Macedonia. Ranko,ic's Sanizariee arrested his as he was departing for Zagreb, where he was taking his wife for an operation. No one knows his present whereabouts. Hiroo Consistent and fearless fighter for the protection of the working class, wall known in Macedonia end especially in Vales, where he was born. Was chief secretary of the Yugoslav Ministry of Mines and member of the Party committee of federal establishments in Belgrade. Before the war, he had been arrested, beaten and sentenced to forced labor at the Sremska Mitrovica prison. Twice be was sent to the "Bilece" camp in Hecegovina. He woe expelled.from the Party Sa August 1948 because of his internationiiet views. He was arrested once, but later freed. He in now in the "GlevnJaca" fail in Belgrade, where he has suffered unheard-of tortures. ni. ,.it. ..,A twn ,ehildren have been banished. Dime Medal Mitre,. Assistant federal public prosecutor in Belgrade. He was the organisational secretary of the SkoplJe City Ccamittea of the Party during the war. Be Viaa gent to Belgrade in 1945 because he disapproved of the nationalist policy of Tempo and Boliaevski. Scum ltfreno, Murkin. Re was unjustly convicted in 1945 for graft, actually because of his sympathy toward tae Soviet Union. The Tito authorities did not have the courage then to convict people publidly of friendship toward the Soviet Union and bad to manufacture trials for graft, collaborating with the enemy, etc. Nov the Tito authorities have announced that he is a "Soviet agent." 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