OSCE did not comment the case for their employee who is suspected for possession of child pornography in the computer system.
"I have no comment for this issue, it is a matter for other authorities and I had no other information than those from the media" said Knut Vollebaek, the High Commissioner on National Minorities of OSCE.
NGOs from Macedonia reacted on this case.
"Sexual abuse leaves the deepest traces in the psyche of a child and we call all public institutions in Macedonia on greater mobility and alertness," said Dragi Zmijanac executive director of the First Children's Embassy in the world Megjashi.
Zmijanac asked this case of paedophilia to be discovered "because the anonymous caller on the 31st May had grounded suspicion that the suspected beside the possession of child pornography allegedly committed a sexual crime and abuse on children of different sex under the14 years too and may be prosecuted under criminal law 188 for sexual assault of a child".
The NGO Macedonian Youth Association "expressed revulsion from the last paedophile scandal and will resist of any kind of abuse of children including paedophilia as a most difficult kind of breaking basic human rights and freedom", said Blagica Korubin.
Thirty eight years old Norwegian from the OSCE mission in May 16 left Macedonia and the Ministry of Internal affairs despite criminal charges against the suspected came in contact with Interpol in order to fully clean of this case.