The Serbian businessman Miodrag Kostic expressed public interest in purchasing parts of the Croatian concern Agrokor
. He said that his company was following the events concerning Agrokor and the upcoming settlement of the company’s creditors.
– Agrokor is a big company, with big assets, which are certainly not stay within one company – Kostic told RTL.
– Certain parts of the concern are sure to be sold, and we will certainly be interested in the agricultural and agricultural product processing sector, as a big investor in this sector – Kostic said.
Kostic’s business empire encompasses agriculture, commerce and tourism, with revenues of over a billion euros, and he has recently bought the tourist complex Rezidencija Skiper near Umag in Croatia.
Kostic announced that he would make further investments in Croatian tourism and added that he believed that better political relations would increase the number of tourists on the Croatian coast.
– During summer breaks, 800,000 Serbs travel to Greece. I’m sure that, if our political relations were better, many of those Serbs would go to Croatia. Considering the length of the Croatian coast, there is no doubt that the biggest potential for the development of tourism is in Croatia. As big investors in tourism, we find it logical to invest in Croatia – Kostic said.