After a creditor’s council decided that the Uljanik Company does not fulfill conditions to continue business and must go into liquidation, it remains unclear what will happen to the Pula shipyard.
The situation was commented on today by Minister of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts Darko Horvat and Finance Minister Zdravko Marić.
Minister Horvat said that one portion of the Pula shipyard can function under a different name and a different company. He added that in a similar manner the shipbuilding process was rehabilitated at the 3rd of May shipyard in Rijeka.
Minister Marić said that he has repeated his stance on Uljanik several times. He believes that taxpayers did not turn their backs on Uljanik and Istra County. He noted that a lot of what is being said is an attempt to raise the issue of Uljanik to a political connotation.
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