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August 15, 2022
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Dinu Patriciu, heard in tax evasion case. “I consider myself a hurt party”


Businessman Dinu Patriciu was heard yesterday at District 2’s Fraud Investigation Service in a case concerning alleged tax evasion, police sources quoted by Mediafax inform. The aforementioned sources pointed out that preliminary documents are being drafted in view of starting criminal prosecution, the case being opened as the result of a denunciation.
When leaving the headquarters of the District 2 Police Dinu Patriciu stated that he gave police officers details about Adevarul Holding, pointing out that he considers himself “an aggrieved party” in this case. Asked why he was summoned at District 2’s Fraud Investigation Service, Dinu Patriciu stated he went there in order to start clarifying “slowly some stories from Adevarul Holding.” Dinu Patriciu added that he considers himself an aggrieved party and that “things will come out” eventually. He pointed out that he is preparing to file a complaint too. “I am preparing a complaint that I will file. I am not used to saying unjustified things unless I have the evidence,” Dinu Patriciu stated. Patriciu added that he previously made statements about Adevarul Hilding in front of DIICOT prosecutors.
Last year Dinu Patriciu registered financial problems both with Adevarul Holding SRL and with the MIC.RO RETAIL SRL company that went bankrupt, over 1,200 companies and physical persons and approximately 5,000 unpaid employees being on its list of creditors. The companies affected include Mercadia Holland BV, the majority shareholder of MIC.RO. In order to guarantee loans that Mercadia Holland BV contracted from BCR Dinu Patriciu pledged MIC.RO’s banking assets and other assets belonging to this company. Business sector sources claim that Dinu Patriciu’s debts total approximately EUR 100 M.

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