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EC requests Croatia to align INA privatisation law with EU law

The European Commission on Thursday requested Croatia to amend the 2002 law on the privatisation of INA-Industrija Nafte on the grounds that it violates the free movement of capital and the...

Minister says buying controlling interest in INA worth the challenge

State property Minister Goran Maric said in an interview with the Jutarnji List daily on Saturday that the INA oil company was strategic company and purchasing a controlling interest in the...

Despite problems, MOL counting on agreement with Croatian gov't, says CEO

MOL management board chair Zsolt Hernadi has told the German Handelsblatt business magazine that the Hungarian oil company's management is satisfied with the personnel in Croatia's oil company INA...

Croatian PM: Proceedings against MOL's CEO continue

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Tuesday that he considered Interpol's decision to reject the Croatian request to renew the arrest warrant for the CEO of the Hungarian energy group...

Hernadi's lawyer: Interpol's decision cannot be appealed

Interpol's decision to reject Croatia's request to renew the international arrest warrant for the CEO of the Hungarian energy company MOL, Zsolt Hernadi, is final and cannot be appealed, his...

Croatia's request for Red Notice for Hernadi's arrest outvoted

Croatia's request to Interpol to extend a Red Notice for MOL's CEO Zsolt Hernadi was recently outvoted at an Interpol general assembly even though, according to an unofficial source, the...

Croatian PM: INA strategic company and priority for gov't

During a meeting with INA CEO Zoltan Aldott, held in Zagreb on Tuesday at the initiative of the government, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic underlined that INA is a strategic national company and...

INA CEO says informs gov't of situation in INA

INA Management Board chair Zoltan Aldott said on Tuesday that his meeting with Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic held earlier in the day at the government headquarters was very important...

MOL knows nothing about investigation into Energopetrol's recapitalisation

The management of Hungary's oil company MOL has dismissed any connection to wrongdoing relating to the privatisation of Bosnia and Herzegovina's Energopetrol and has not been officially notified...

Plenkovic says Croatia won't let INA become MOL's subsidiary

Concerning the issue of INA and the latest speculations about its refinery in Sisak, Plenkovic recalled that INA with 11,000 workers on its payroll is the biggest company in Croatia and his...

No decision in INA to close Sisak Refinery

MOL is not planning to supply Croatia from its refineries in Hungary and Slovakia and even Tifon, which is owned by MOL, is supplied from INA, the Hungarian energy group MOL said in a reply to ...

PM: INA executives, gov't soon to discuss relations, Croatia's strategic interests

Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Wednesday that he had talked with INA Management Board Chair Zoltan Aldott and that a meeting between representatives of INA's Management Board and the...

Miljenic: We will fight the shutting down of Sisak Refinery

MP Orsat Miljenic of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) said on Wednesday that the statement by Environmental Protection Minister Slaven Dobrovic of the Bridge party that there was talk about...

Panenic accuses MOL of trying to close Sisak refinery

The Bridge party's lawmaker and a former Economy Minister, Tomislav Panenic, on Wednesday claimed that Hungary's MOL was trying to shut down the Sisak oil refinery before a ruling was made in the...

President says Croatia must take single position in relations with MOL

President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic in Sisak on Tuesday held talks with representatives of trade unions and veterans' associations active in the Sisak Oil Refinery, saying that relations with MOL...