Todorić: See You Soon in Croatia

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ZAGREB, April 23, 2018 – Croatian businessman Ivica Todorić said on Monday that he would fight his extradition to Croatia but he also announced his arrival in Croatia in the near future which, he said, “will surprise everyone.”

Westminster Magistrate’s Court in London earlier in the day approved Todorić’s extradition to Croatia, but the founder of the ailing Agrokor food and retail conglomerate will remain at liberty with stricter precautionary measures until a final decision is made on his extradition.

“This is another victory of mine,” Todorić told the press after the London court handed down its decision.

He announced he would use all legal mechanisms available to him in Great Britain to avoid extradition. But despite that, he said he would soon appear in Croatia.

“You will all be surprised when I come to Croatia,” Todorić said. He declined to give a precise date, saying only “you will see.”

Todorić was arrested in London on 7 November 2017 on a European arrest warrant issued by Croatia, and was released on a 100,000 pound bail the same day. The businessman had to hand over his passport and was ordered to wear an electronic tag and report to police three times a week.

Todorić and 14 other people are being investigated in Croatia for a debt crisis at Agrokor, a company employing 60,000 people in Croatia and the region which was put under government administration in April 2017.


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