Nach dem EU Haft Befehl gegen den Oel Manager: Zsolt Hernad – Hungary to Pull Out of Croatian Oil Giant

IVO Sanader entfernte damals bei dem Gespraech, um die Bestechungsgelder sogar seine SIM Karte aus dem Handy, um nicht abgehoert zu werden und die Verhandlungen wurden nicht per Gespraech gefuehrt, sondern mit Bleistift und einem Papier, wo die verlangte Bestechungssumme aufgemalt wurde. Kroatien hat nun Haft Befehl erlassen. Beide Partner sind verhaftet, identisch bei dem CEZ Bestechungs Geschaeft, was schwere Folgen hatte fuer den PM der Teschei und dem Bankrott in Albanien. Das Mafia Geschaeft des Edmond Stoiber, mit inkompetenden und korrupten Bayern LB Bankern, lief identisch ab, Ivo Sanader. Warum Deutsche Banker und ein Edmond Stoiber die Hypo Alpe Adria Bank kaufen wollte, als bereits bekannt war, das man Milliarden im Balkan in Mafioese Strukturen investierte und vollkommen bankrott war, ist ein kriminelles Mysterium der korrupten Bayern Banker und von Edmond Stoiber und Co.
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Profi Krimineller gesucht: Zsolt Hernad, wobei die Deutschen Bestechungs Ganoven und Lobbyisten immer noch frei herumlaufen, von der Deutschen Justiz geschuetzt, wie der GRECO Bericht hart erneut kritisierte vom Europarat, weil immer aktiv Deutsche Diplomaten und Politiker daran beteiligt sind. Angefangen von Edmond Stoiber in diesem Falle.

03 Oct 13
Hungary to Pull Out of Croatian Oil Giant

Hungary announced it may sell its stake in the Croatian oil firm INA after Croatia issued an European arrest warrant against Hungarian oil chief Zsoltan Hernadi.

Boris Pavelic

Zagreb

Hungary said it may sell its stake in the oil giant INA after Hungarian police received a Croatian European arrest warrant filed against Zsolt Hernadi, chief of the Hungarian oil firm MOL.

The Hungarian government said it was advising MOL to consider the sale of its shares in Croatian oil company Ina, which MOL bought in 2003.

Hungary also cancelled the attendance of its foreign minister at a regional energy security forum, which started on Thursday in the Croatian city of Dubrovnik.

MOL boss Hernadi was named as a suspect by Croatian prosecutors during the trial of disgraced ex-premier Ivo Sanader, who was jailed for ten years in November 2012.

Sanader was found guilty of accepting 10 million euro from MOL in order to give it a dominant position in INA.

He was also jailed for taking half a million euro from Hypo bank in 1994 in order to allow the Austrian bank to enter the Croatian financial market.

Croatian prosecutors say they suspect that Sanader arranged the bribes with Hernadi personally.

MOL on Thursday said it would contest the Croatian arrest warrant against Hernadi using „all legal means“.

MOL claimed that the warrant violateed European law, but the European Justice Commissioner’s spokesperson, Mina Andreeva, disputed this.

In a statement made to the Hungarian news agency MTI, she described the arrest warrant issue as „exclusively a legal matter, which cannot be politically influenced“.

Hungarian Foreign Minister Janos Martony said on Thursday that „signals are coming that strengthening economic ties in Central Europe is not a high priority for Croatia.

„Energy cooperation could be less important for Croatia than we thought,“ Martony added.

„Hungary can not hide its opinion any longer – but that doesn’t mean that agreement is impossible,“ he continued.

The Croatian government has not commented on Hungary’s moves, or on the arrest warrant issue against Hernadi.

Hernadi now faces arrest and extradition to Croatia if he leaves Hungary for any other EU member state.

MOL meanwhile said on Wednesday that the arrest warrant „wouldn’t affect Mr Hernadi’s performance as a MOLs CEO“.

The Croatian government and MOL, the biggest shareholder in INA, recently started negotiations about INA’s future….

„MOL bought INA shares legally, and the shareholders arranged how to manage INA. If any criminal offences occurred, such as bribery during the process, only the person could be held responsible, not the firm,“ Jurcic remarked.

MOL has 49.1 per cent of INA’s shares, while the Croatian government holds another 44.84 per cent….
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