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Montenegro

22. 01. 2021. 00:00   >>  16:26 0

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Parliament and SDT to examine the purchase of ships

The Ministry of Capital Investments (MKI) submitted to the Special State Prosecutor's Office (SDT) and the Montenegrin Parliament information on the possible existence of criminal acts related to the purchase of ships for Montenegrin and Barska plovidba, as well as government loans for loan repayment to the Chinese EXIM Bank, Mladen Bojanic said.

The department states that the loans worth over 110 million US dollars were taken from the Chinese EXIM bank for the purchase of four ships for two shipping companies.

"In 2010 and 2013, the government issued guarantees for these jobs but without conducting a procedure on whether it was state aid, which it was obliged to do by the then Law on State Aid. After that, previous governments on several occasions granted unreported, that is, illegal, state aid to the mentioned shipping companies, in order to justify their unprofitable business and controversial procurement of ships," stated the Ministry of Capital Investments.

The current Government of Montenegro and the Ministry of Capital Investments, as announced, will not allow those responsible for the damage caused by the irresponsible relationship between the former Government and line ministries, as well as the management of shipping companies that are majority state-owned, to remain unprocessed.

"Therefore, we demand from both the SDT and the Parliament of Montenegro in accordance with their competencies, by initiating prosecutorial and parliamentary investigations, to investigate these cases that could lead to additional damage to the budget in the amount of tens of millions of euros," it was stated from the ministry.

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