Podgorica – London company Belfair management yesterday has bought up the open competition documentation for the Center of military – medical institutions Meljine – found out “Vijesti”.
Before Belfair, that was done by the Invest ban Montenegro as a member of Atlas group of Dusko Knezevic, and the Switzerland company Jupiter Adria AG.
As well as it was the case about Jupiter Adria, there are almost no available information about British company too. Belfair management, according to the data of the British register, was founded on the 19th of April 2006.
According to the information of “Vijesti”, Meljine was recently visited by the investors from Great Britain. Their logistics in Montenegro is Zoran Damjanovic, director of the company Jugoimport which is in the business of weapon trade.
Brits as “Vijesti” found out, are connected with the investors from Saudi Arabia who are in the health business.
“Vijesti” have published that behind the Switzerland company Jupiter Adria, which has also bought up the opne competition documentation for Meljine, stands doctor Milovan Bojic, former vice president of the Government of Serbia, and JUL, with the logistic of the vice president of DPS Svetozar Marovic. Both Bojic and Marovic have negated that, claiming that they have nothing to do with the open competition.
The open competition for the attractive military medical complex Meljine is closing up on he 28th of May, and the interest is significantly nigger than on a previous open competition when an unknown company Vilfor, allegedly with the Swedish funds, was almost chosen as a buyer, but because of the disjoining of SM the deal was called off. Behind Vilfor, according to the information of “Vijesti”, stood domestic people connected with the military and state structures of the former SM.
The complex in Meljine has about 50.000 square meters of land and 19 facilities of surface of 23.000 square meters. According to earlier estimates, Meljine with the rehab center, birth ward, surgery, and intern ward, Institute of maritime medicine with several rooms, laboratory, Center for transfusion and Villa “Lovcenka” are worth about 100 millions of euros.
Open competition conditions are pretty strict so “not everyone” can apply.
The offers, as it is said in open competition conditions which were issued by the Ministry of finances, will be accepted if the investor submits the evidence that he is at least 10 years in the medical business, and that they have a year turnover of at least 50 millions of euros in the last three years.