And Serbian Prosecutors pursued Tsvetan Vassilev

And Serbian Prosecutors pursued Tsvetan Vassilev

And Serbian Prosecutors pursued Tsvetan Vassilev, May 21, 2017Retrieved from Agency Monitor. Investigate him for involvement in an organized criminal group And Serbian prosecutors pursued fugitive banker Tsvetan Vasilev, who among us is indicted as the ringleader of an organized criminal group, drained 2 billion. Lev from bankrupt CCB. Public Prosecutions our neighbors also investigate him for involvement in organized crime groups for facing bankruptcy glass factory in Paracin, Serbian site N1.com

On May 30, it will become clear whether the entity will continue to operate. The trial in the Commercial Court in Kragujevac began on Thursday, and the request came from creditor of the plant because of unpaid loan of 47 mln. Euros. The claim for bankruptcy of the company “vexillum Balkan” (gr. Cacak), which searches the factory debt amounted to 47.3 mln. Euros. The plant, which Serbia is known as “Parachinska glassware”, in turn disputed claims that “vexillum Balkan” is a legitimate creditor and the factory is in permanent insolvency. It became clear that by “glassware” have filed a lawsuit against the organized criminal group. Ringleader of the group Verica Matkovic, former general director of the factory, and its supporters are Dejan Adamovich, a member of the Supervisory Board of the plant, lawyers from Belgrade Philip Matkovic and Vojislav Ilic, representative of the company that requested bankruptcy Slobodan Spasoyevich and fugitive banker Tsvetan Vesilev. “We filed a criminal complaint in the Republican Prosecutor’s Office against these personages as an organized criminal group,” he said during the meeting assistant attorney SPS Branislav Tomasheva. According to the registers in our western neighbor creditor company was established only three months ago – in February 2017 This only reinforces suspicions that behind the whole story again stands fugitive banker whose patent was drained of CCB namely by swarming continuously hollow newly created companies. Rumors that he is trying to sell the plant, running more than a year, even as information emerged that it is possible thus to govern and additional umbrella of Serbian patrons. The next meeting is to decide whether to declare bankruptcy of the plant. Continued uncertainty about 825 workers are at the factory. The owner of the factory Tsvetan Vassilev, since taking the plant so far has increased nearly 70 times the debts, writes Serbian investigative site “insiders.”

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2017-09-26T17:51:41+00:00