Ilija Dević has addressed all the institutions of the system which should respond in accordance with their competence.

He has been addressing all the mayors of the City of Novi Sad (Maja Gojković, Igor Pavličić and Miloš Vučević) as well as Bojan Pajtić, Prime Minister in the Government of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. There was no response.

Whole documentation was given to the Police Director, Milorad Veljović. UBPOK processed the documentation and gave it to Zoran Pavlović, the District Attorney in Novi Sad. On the very day he was to initiate the proceedings, he resigned to the position of the District Attorney.

In the end of October, 2006, Ilija Dević came in front of the Serbian Government to protest because the state institutions were not doing their jobs. He brought three buses wirh hin and spent the following month there, every day submitting  a demand to be received by the Prime Minister, by the Minister of Police or by the Infrastructure Minister.  Neither Mirko Cvetković-the Prime Minister, nor Ivica Dačić-the Minister of Police, nor Milutin Mrkonjić -the Infrastructure Minsiter received him.

A wall of silence was erected around the case of ATP“Vojvodina“.

Staged  bankruptcy 

The very bankruptcy of the company  ATP“Vojvodina“ is a staged political and criminal act. It was organized by the people who directly influenced upon irreverence of the contract between the City of Novi Sad and ATP“Vojvodina“.

The very bankruptcy was staged by „Credit Agricole bank“ via „Čačanska bank“ .“Čačanska bank“ had claims of about 20 million dinars. That means that a company value of which was 100  million Euros was exposed to a staged bankruptcy because of 20 million dinars. 500 emplyees lost their jobs because of that.

„Credit Agricole bank“ is the main link within the criminal political circles who wanted to abduct ATP“Vojvodina“ from its owner and investor Ilija Dević.

Just to mention the fact that ATP“Vojvodina“ is the biggest client of  „Credit Agricole bank“!

The Commercial Court in Novi Sad in charge of ATP“Vojvodina“ bankruptcy, decided to appoint  Nikola Pavlović , a retired person with licence, to be the trustee in the biggest bunkruptcy case in the country. By the way,  it was the first case of this kind he got.

It is absolutely clear that it is a systematic corruption!

The first signals were visible already when the bankruptcy trustee entered the company for the first time. He terminated the basic activity of the company, that is transport inside the country and the international transport, and all his activities were reduced to cooperation with those who were destroying the company ATP“Vojvodina“.

After terminating the main activity of the company, the bankruptcy trustee Nikola Pavlović started selling the principle means – the buses, at the prices several times lower than the actual ones. He started transferring the lines of ATP“Vojvodina“ to other transport companies. Simply said, he began to sell everything he could.

The main aim of the political criminal circles in the process was to destroy the company ATP“Vojvodina“ in order to make the creditors decide on bankruptcy and to provide conditions for somebody to buy from bankruptcy the already built facilities, new bus station and „EvoBus“ service workshop for small money.

The bankruptcy trustee was also persuaded to stop the tort claim submitted by Ilija Dević in July, 2007 against the City of Novi Sad.

However, the plan of reorganization of ATP“Vojvodina“ was adopted on 31 August 2011.

Numerous  criminal charges have been submitted against  Nikola Pavlović, the bankruptcy trustee of  ATP“Vojvodina“ management  but they are not being processed!


The anti-corruption agency ,the anti-corruption council,presidency of the republic of Serbia

After founding of the independent regulation body of the Anti-corruption Agency, Ilija Dević filed a complaint to it. The Agency was zelaously working on the case of ATP“Vojvodina“ and., after receiving new documents and answers it got some knew knowledge about the case. We would like to emphasize the questions which the Agency sent to Igor Pavličić, mayor of Novi Sad and his answers.

The Anti-corruption Agency several times addressed the Republic Public Prosecutor relating the issue of the criminal charges filed by Ilija Dević  as the investor suffering the damage in the case, but it has never managed to learn if:

The charges were dropped?

The charges are being processed?

Any investigations have been initiated ?

Any charges have been brought?

Besides the Anti-corruption Agency, the investor Ilija Dević also had contacts with the Republic of Serbia Presidency. The Presidency addressed the Republic Public Prosecutor’s Office. 

However, the Office replied in the same way to the Republic of Serbia Presidency.

Due to such kind of replying, the Anti-corruption Agency filed criminal charge against Igor Pavličić, mayor of Novi Sad and the City Council to the Special Prosecutor’s Office for organized crime.

The Special Prosecutor’s Office assigned the case to the Higher level Prosecutor’s Office in Novi Sad, and again to the same prosecutor - Djordje Ostojić who represents the duty conscience and consciousness of the local authorities. 

The crime charges filed by the Anti-corruption Agency were dropped in record time of 14 days without interrogation of a single person with an explanation  that„there are neither elements of a criminal act nor any other type of criminal act to be prosecuted ex officio“ 

The question is: How did they make such a conclusion?

All these activities were monitored by the Anti-corruption Council which sent a warning to the Government of the Republic of Serbia on 5 September, 2012.


Addressing the european institutions 

Ilija Dević, the owner and investor of ATP“Vojvodina“ addressed foreign ambassadors, the EU Chairman, European Parliament and European Commission. The European institutions got interested in the case of ATP“Vojvodina“ and the case was put in the list of the five controversial privatizations out of total number of 24 in the EP Resolution adopted on 28 March, 2012.

ATP“Vojvodina“ is in the list of 24 controversial privatizations solving of which has been demanded by the European Commission in Brussels, based on the report given by the Anti-corruption Council. The case of  ATP“Vojodina“ has been specially emphasized in the European Commission’s report as the only case of privatization in which the investor is the one who suffers damage.

ATP “Vojvodina“ looked like this

before being privatized


ATP“Vojvodina“ looks like this

after being privatized


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