Montenegro’s special state prosecutor, Milivoje Katnić, announced that he would treat Montenegrin President Milo Đukanović, like any other citizen, if a reasonable suspicion arose about allegations about his offshore company.
“If it is determined that it exists, in England, Switzerland or another country, we will make a decision based on this. If there is a reasonable doubt, he will be treated like any other citizen, we will seek the waiver of immunity.” said Katnić on the show Načisto on Vijesti Television.
In a televised duel with the director of the Non-Governmental Sector Affirmation Network (MANS) and the head of the Expert Team of the National Council for Combating High-Level Corruption, Vanja Ćalović Marković, he said that the ukukanovi kishins had a joint business that failed and someone deleted 120 million.
Katnić added that they will investigate because there is a suspicion and that he can not present the content of the evidence, reports the portal Vijesti.
“We asked for documentation and sent a letter to Djukanovic to give us the answers he gave and to give us a statement. We will also send it to his son “, said Katnić, adding that he respects ukukanovi sepse because he is the president of the state.
Ovalović Marković said that Đukanović certainly did everything to hide that he was the owner of the trust in the offshore area. She said they expect the institutions to check why the trust was made. Ovalović Marković said that the Prosecution knows where the documents are and how to find the account.
In the documentation of the main law firm in Panama, Alcogal, MANS found certified copies of the trust-building agreements that Đukanov concluded concluded on June 21, 2012, with CM Skye 2 (PTC) Limited, registered in the British Virgin Islands.
The trusts have been established for a period of 80 years, and the company that manages them is authorized to buy and sell real estate and companies on behalf of Djukanovic, to open new companies and accounts, to give and take loans and perform various other tasks.