Galenika's millions "wound up in Switzerland"Source: Blic
BELGRADE -- The Organized Crime Prosecution will ask Switzerland to send "documentation" that would reveal "on whose accounts Galenika's millions ended up."
This is according to the Belgrade-based daily Blic, which also said that "one such machination" happened during a purchase of raw materials, used for production at the state-owned pharmaceutical company.
According to the article, the authorities suspect that the purchase of goods worth EUR 60,000 was used "as a smokescreen" to syphon out EUR 5 million from the account of the Zemun-based company.
The report comes in the wake of the arrest of eight suspects in this corruption case.
Former Galenika director Nenad Ognjenović has been detained, while Dragoljub Vučićević remains at large. Radoslav Sekulić is unable to take part in the criminal proceedings because of his poor health, said Blic.
All suspects arrested in the case have been questioned by the Prosecution for Organized Crime.