The chair of parliament's investigative commission to look into the demise of the Agrokor concern, Orsat Miljenić, announced today that Agrokor founder Ivica Todorić will be the first person called to testify before the commission.
After holding its first informal session of the commission this morning, Miljenić announced that when the commission officially begins with its work on November 3rd, the first person to be called to testify before the bipartisan commission will be Agrokor founder and former CEO Ivica Todorić.
Miljenić issued a public invitation but added that Todorić would receive a written request to testify before the commission at his home address. The commission chair advised the former Agrokor CEO to prepare well for the commission's questions, making it quite clear that the areas of interest were evident to everyone.
The commission chair concluded that all sessions would be open to the public, with the exception of situations that could delve into official secrets.
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