Former Macedonia's President Killed In Plane Crash
UN Envoy Mourns Death Of Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia's President
United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan's top envoy in Kosovo expressed his deep shock and sorrow today at the death of the President Boris Trajkovski of the neighbouring former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and his associates in a plane crash in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Harri Holkeri said he and the UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) had enjoyed "very good relations" with President Trajkovski. "I am very saddened on hearing the news of his death," he added.
Holkeri extended his deepest sympathy and condolences to Mr.
Trajkovski's family, the families of those who died with
him, and to the Government and people of the former Yugoslav
Republic of Macedonia.