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Croatia resumes hostilities with Hungary over INA

Authorities in Zagreb say they will try MOL CEO in absentia on bribery charges

The protracted tug-of-war between Croatia and Hungary over control of Croatian oil and gas firm INA took several twists in June, as the judicial authorities in Zagreb said they would try MOL chief executive, Zsolt Hernadi, in absentia on bribery charges. According to reports, Hernadi tried to pre-empt such a trial by suing himself in Hungary. In a release of illegally taped recordings by the Polish weekly Wprost on 23 June, Jacek Krawiec, chief executive of Poland's state-controlled energy company PKN Orlen, is allegedly heard discussing with Polish Treasury Minister Wlodzimierz Karpinski how Hernadi is believed to arranged to have an unsuccessful lawsuit filed against him by the wife of a

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