Intelligence Agency of Republic of Macedonia

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Intelligence Agency

Агенција за разузнавање (АЗ)
Agencija za razuznavanje (AZ)
Agency overview
Formed April 1, 1995; 19 years ago (1995-04-01)
Preceding Agency UDBA
Headquarters Skopje, Macedonia
Motto none
Employees Classified
Annual budget Classified
Agency executives Nakje Chulev, Director
n/a, Deputy Director
Parent agency None
Website www.ia.mk

The Intelligence Agency of Republic of Macedonia was set up as a separate body of state administration under the Law on the Intelligence Agency adopted in April 1995.

Competence[edit]

The Intelligence Agency is competent to collect data and information of relevance for the security and defense of the Republic of Macedonia and the economic, political and other interests of the state. The Agency analyses and researches the data and information and is obliged to inform the President of the Republic of Macedonia, Government of the Republic of Macedonia and other state bodies on issues of relevance for their field of work. The Act on the manner of information is adopted by the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, upon prior consent of the President of the Republic of Macedonia.

Civil control over the Agency[edit]

The Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia oversees the work of the Agency through a corresponding commission. The Commission submits a report to the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia about the activity performed once a year at the most. Prior to submitting the report the Commission is obliged to communicate the same to the Director of the Agency.[1]

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Budget[edit]

The budget of the agency for 2012 is in the flowing web address [1]

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