PODGORICA – Chief Special Prosecutor of Montenegro Milivoje Katnić stated that the first findings of the investigation indicate that the final destination of the delivery of about 400 kilograms of cocaine was not the logistics center of the Voli trade chain, but part of the free customs zone in the port of Bar.
Katnić told reporters that “to the degree of reasonable suspicion” he thinks that the “case was packed” with Voli, the largest retail chain in Montenegro, and its owner Dragan Bokan.
“Why it wasn’t Voli, because in just half a year they sent a lot of letters that additional control of containers is needed,” said Katnić.
The special state prosecutor’s office has filed a criminal complaint against the freight forwarder Djoko Drobnjak, suspected of being part of an international criminal organization suspected of smuggling cocaine from Ecuador to Montenegro.
It is suspected that Drobnjak in the criminal organization, which was formed by two unidentified persons, had the task, among other things, to manipulate the containers containing bananas, to deliver their numbers in order to seize cocaine under surveillance measures in the customs zone, prosecutors said.
Katnić said that it was determined that the goods from the container were missing three times.
“I wondered how that was possible. The entire intelligence community has failed. Why is that so, because part of the police seems simple, but part acts as in the occupied territory. According to estimates, two to three tons have passed, which is hundreds of millions of euros worth. “Drugs are 96 percent pure, that is perfection,” said Katnić.
A few days ago, workers found a suspicious substance in a package with bananas in the warehouse of the company Voli, which turned out to be cocaine, Beta reports.