President Milanović Submits Declaration of Assets

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ZAGREB, March 17, 2020 – Croatian President Zoran Milanović submitted to the Conflict of Interest Commission his Declaration of Assets, which shows that he is the co-owner of two flats and two holiday houses and that in addition to a garage, some agricultural land, and a meadow, he also has a saving of HRK 850,000.

In the Declaration of Assets, which he submitted four days ago, President Milanović says his monthly salary is HRK 25,000, while his wife Sanja Musić Milanović, an employee of the Croatian Institute of Public Health (HZJZ), monthly earns HRK 14,000. In addition to that, the president’s wife receives an additional HRK 6,800 from teaching.

Milanović and his wife own a 127-square-metre flat in Zagreb, appraised at nearly HRK 2 million, and Milanović is a co-owner of an inherited 77-square-metre flat, worth HRK 1.2 million, with his share being about 17%.

He also owns 17% of two holiday houses in Soline, a garage in Zagreb, two plots of agricultural land (in Soline and Glavice), and a meadow.

President’s financial obligations include a loan of HRK 700,000, with a monthly payment of HRK 4,500 over 30 years. He is also repaying a car lease of HRK 80,000 for a Ford Focus, with a lease payment of HRK 1,300 per month.

Milanović has a saving of HRK 850,000, and he transferred the rights to the consulting company EuroAlba Advisor, which he had wholly owned, to a natural person.

The media have already written how that company had a profit of HRK 745,000 the year before last, and that its net profit was HRK 553,000.

More news about Zoran Milanović can be found in the Politics section.


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