Agrokor sells facilities in Serbia
While the situation with Agrokor is once again getting complicated in Zagreb, as N1 TV learns, in Serbia, the collapsed corporation of Ivica Todoric continues to sell the facilities.
Since February 6, when Commissioner for Serbia Marijan Stricevic officially resigned to that position, Serbian authorities, as they claim, have been communicating directly with company directors. However, as N1 TV finds out, Stricevic is still in Serbia, where he manages business operation, and the sale of Agrokor’s facilities in Serbia is in progress.
The facility at 22 Njegoseva Street in Nis was sold a few days ago, as it is recorded in the cadastral registry of the Republic Geodetic Authority. The facility at Jovana Ristica Street in Nis was also sold. The property sale is done by the CBS agency, and there are about 60 such facilities.
The Commissioner for Agrokor in Serbia was Stricevic, who was appointed to that position, as well as the position of the director of Idea d.o.o. by former government manager in that company Ante Ramljak.
Stricevic resigned in February as a commissioner for Serbia due to an investigation in which he was suspected of participating in machinations in Sibenik-based aluminium giant TLM, where his adviser was Ante Ramljak.
The records of the Business Registers Agency show that Stricevic is still director of Idea d.o.o. in Belgrade. N1 managed to contact Stricevic by phone, but he said that he had no time to talk.