“When we opened the door to have a look inside, I was shocked at what I saw,” Mr Stavrevski.
“The room was sound proofed, dark, and had a bathtub in the middle with a wooden rack used to to either tied down or secure something.”
He said that he immediately got the impression it had been a torture chamber used by the then Yugoslav Embassy and its secret police, UDBa.”
“Ambassador Stojanovski said to me that it was a delicate matter at the moment and that in due course the matter would be revealed in full detail.”
Mr Stavrevski further alleged in the filmed interview that he knew of Australian-Croats and Macedonians who had been “kidnapped” off the streets in Melbourne and Sydney and tortured by UDBa officers during the 1970s and 1980s.