Source: Beta | Thursday, 01.01.1970.| 10:29
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Mladjan Dinkic has left the Working group for negotiations with the Russians

Mladjan Dinkic
Mladjan Dinkic (Photo: b)

Vice-President of the Government of Serbia, Mr. Mladjan Dinkic has left with his team the Working group that is negotiating for the sales of Petrol industry of Serbia (NIS), it was announced to BETA agency from the Government of Serbia.

They have left the Working group as there are no solid legal guarantees that gas pipeline, South line, which would go through Serbia, would actually be constructed.

The Government of Serbia did not support its negotiating team with the opinion that NIS should only be sold under conditions that at the same time Serbia and Russia would sign contracts about construction of the gas pipeline and underground gas storage Banatski dvor.

Besides Mr. Dinkic, the team was also left by the State Secretary at the Ministry of economy, Mr. Nebojsa Ciric and representative of the Agency for privatization, Mr. Branislav Zec.

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