Mol CEO May Go to Zagreb in Probe If Hungary Agrees, Globus Says

Mol CEO Zsolt Hernadi will go to Croatia, where prosecutors have asked Hungary to assist with his interrogation, if authorities from both countries agree, newspaper Globus quotes Hernadi as saying in interview published on its website today. * NOTE: Croatian prosecutors in 2011 asked Hungarian judicial authorities to arrange the interrogation of Hernadi over his role in the sale of Croatian refiner INA to Mol in 2009. Request was rejected. * NOTE: Croatian officials have renewed an investigation of Hernadi over his alleged role in corruption trial of former Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader; link to story: NSN MPRI9I6TTDV1 <GO> * NOTE: Mol Says Croatian Allegations Against Hernadi ’Unfounded’; link to story NSN MPRJRH6K50YO <GO> * NOTE: Croatia Seeks Talks With Mol on INA as Warrant for Hernadi Looms; link to story: NSN MQUR7L6K50XS <GO>

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