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NIN: After Krusik Scandal, Branko Stefanovic Abandons Partnership in GIM

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Archive / News | 20.11.19 | access_time 19:52

Krusik factory, Valjevo (prsc/YouTube/MO)

After the scandal about the sale of mortar ammunition from the Krusik producer in Valjevo, Serbian interior minister's father Branko Stefanovic left the partnership in the company which he jointly owned with Goran Todorovic, the owner of GIM, the NIN weekly reported in its Nov. 21 issue.

"Besides United BG, Todorovic and Branko Stefanovic founded another company in January 2018, the Worldwide Construction and Engineering Company, which they registered for 'trading in own real-estate'," the weekly reported.

"A little more than a month ago, when the Krusik scandal pushed to the forefront the suspicious dealings of GIM, in which the police minister's father was involved, the ownership structure of this company was swiftly changed in the Agency for Commercial Registers, where it is now declared that Goran Todorovic is the sole owner," reads the report in the latest issue of the NIN weekly.

The report reads that Branko Stefanovic opened several other companies ahead of retiring – the United BG Worldwide Company on Sept. 28, 2017 and, after a little less than a year, the Seven Stars Company on June 25, 2018.

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