: It is known that in this building Milo Djukanovic’s son has over 400square meters of office space, which he got as a gift from his uncle
Insiders from the nineties say that Dragan Brkovic worked long for both Milo Djukanovicand
. And how didAco earn it? Does this real estate worth millions has something to do with the high pricethat Milo Djukanovic’s government paid Vektra for the building?
. He later opted for Milo, who had more sense for business andless for patriotic Serbian epics. They claim that the devil broke in the DPS less becauseof
, and much more due to the splitting of cakes, especially theprivilege to trade in aluminum. It is around this issue, they say, that actually arguedBulatovic and Djukanovic, for whose interests Brkovic continued to work.Brkovic was not pleased when Djukanovic found a new partner in 2005. The AluminiumCombine was handed over to an offshore company associated with
,whose ownership structure is a secret. However, Dragan was quickly reassured. He gotthe pearl - HTP Boka
Brkovic paid 21 million for HTP Boka. He committed to invest additional 64 million in thefirst two years. "All the hotels will have five stars, because Vektra does not know how todo it in other ways" he promised. He also announced that he will invest around half abillion. We can see. HTP Boka used to employ 600-1000 workers, and now has lessthan 200. Some hotels have been demolished and those that still function do not meeteven the three stars standard. But if stars are missing, the square meters aren’t.
: According to the cadaster, Vektra Boka has in Herceg Novi 128 167square meters of land and 25 402 square meters of business and residential space.Brkovic acquired the complex in Herceg Novi during the boom, when prices per squaremeter of land rose and reached hundreds of euros, and those of residential and officespace amounted several thousand euros. If all this would be added, Brkovic only in. Was it a compensation? He assumed control over the mostbeautiful locations and hotels in Herceg Novi - Plaza, Igalo, Tamaris and the old hotelBoka...
Milo Djukanovic’s brother and one of richest Montenegrin businessmen
Montenegrin President and Chairman of the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), 1990– 1997, strong supporter of Slobodan Milosevic
Serbian leader in the nineties when Serbia and Montenegro formed Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Well known Russian oligarch
Hotel company, owner and operator of several hotels in the coastal city of Herceg Novi