Rok Snežič banned from entering BiH! Sam claims he is currently in Banja Luka

Slovenian citizen Rok Snežič is said to have been banned from entering Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Rok Snežič is also known from the affair with the controversial loan to the SDS party, which Janez Janša’s party received through Dijana Đuđić.

The web portal reports that security services are provided to the Maribor entrepreneur Year of Snežič, who (was) on good terms with the SDS and its leader Janez Janša, banned entry into BiH. It is estimated that Snežič poses a threat to the national and economic security of the country. An expert in the field of tax evasion, who received his doctorate on this topic at the University of Nova Gorica, is also said to have landed on the black list due to the opening of fictitious companies in the Banja Luka area, Capital writes.

A few minutes after the news was published, Snežič himself called Capital journalists. He said that he entered BiH without any problems and that he is currently in Banja Luka. He confirmed the location with a screenshot of the Viber app.

“The news that I have been banned from entering is pure nonsense because there is no basis for something like this. There are no proceedings against me in BiH, there are no indictments or any charges, “ he explained to Capital, adding that it would be a ban on entry “violation of human rights”.

Capital states that he had to enter BiH before the decision to ban entry was made.

We have already reported on Rok Snežič’s controversial maneuvers on these pages:

Personal bankruptcy of Rok Snežič

Our Prime Minister’s tax adviser and doctor of tax evasion has opted for personal bankruptcy, as he himself said, solely with the intention of erasing the tax debt, which in 2017 amounted to around € 800,000. He never hid the fact that he could pay him if he wanted to. He owns a disco in BiH, is transported in luxury vehicles, and is said to be more than successful in business. “I can honestly say that the tax administration could not enforce me either, because I have property in Bosnia. I have companies there, I have property there, I have real estate there, because European enforcement only extends to the countries of the European Union. However, we do not yet have an agreement with Bosnia. So I also failed to take their property, “ he vehemently stated for RTV Slovenia.

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