67-year-old Ivica Todoric at a court in London after he decided to hand over Croatia to the end of October. Photo: Reuters
Prosecution prosecution accused of corruption, fraud and counterfeiting of documents
November 7, 2018 at 20:41,
last hit: 7 November 2018 at 21:42
Zagreb – MMC RTV SLO, Radio Slovenia
Former President and CEO of Agrokor, Ivica Todorić, returned to Croatia on Wednesday night in London, where he was immediately transferred by the judiciary to the Zagreb Prison.
Two weeks ago, the High Court of London ruled that there are no obstacles to the release of Todoric to Croatia, where litigation for financial fraud in Agrokhor is taking place.
"Nothing can stop me, I will go further into the battle." two weeks ago, the former CEO of Agrokor said after the Supreme Court of London upheld the decision to hand over to Croatia.
Journalists could not do Todorić on Wednesday because they were constantly protected by Croatian and British policemen. He first entered the plane and left the last one, and then the police immediately moved him to the Remetinec prison. Todoric must be heard by the investigating magistrates within 24 hours.
Agrobor allegedly injured 1 billion euros
Todoric waits for a hearing before investigators and investigating magistrates while detention is ordered because the prosecution has not yet heard all witnesses. Agrokor, the former owner of Agrokor, who, through the settlement process, got into the hands of the largest creditors, accused Croatian prosecution of corruption, fraud and counterfeiting of documents that Agrokor allegedly hurt the billion euro.
A. V., Tanja Borčić Bernard, Radio Slovenia
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