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LUKOIL in the Republic of Serbia

PJSC LUKOIL has been operating in the Republic of Serbia since 2003, when it signed a privatization agreement with Beopetrol to acquire 79 percent of its shares. Its LUKOIL Serbia AD subsidiary now stands among the country’s 20 largest companies.

By constantly investing in the upgrades of existing and construction of new gas station complexes, the Company has built a state-of-the-art and efficient retail network comprising at the end of 2015 138 stations, and has established itself as a reliable supplier of petroleum products in Serbia. In addition to retail marketing of petroleum products, the Company is engaged in wholesale supply of LUKOIL petroleum products and motor oils.

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Being a socially-oriented company, LUKOIL has been providing all kinds of assistance and support to local educational and healthcare institutions, orphanages, sporting events since its first day in the Serbian market, and strives to support projects intended to protect the country's rich cultural and spiritual heritage and promote intercultural dialog.

In 2011, following PJSC LUKOIL's initiative and with its financial support, Serbia hosted, for the first time in its history, a concert of the internationally acclaimed Tchaikovsky Grand Symphony Orchestra, which became a major music event for the country.

In 2013, under the auspices of the LUKOIL Sport Club and PJSC LUKOIL, Serbia hosted a qualifying football tournament of the 2013 LUKOIL Children's Champion Cup. LUKOIL Children's Champion Cup is held annually in different countries across the globe under the slogan "Play against racism". This competition brings together many football clubs, national associations and members of the Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) network.

Over the course of many years, the Company has been cooperating with the Belgrade University's Economics Department to promote science and business.

To make the planning of its social and charity projects as effective as possible, the Company has been developing cooperation with local authorities and NGOs. For example, LUKOIL Serbia AD has a Cooperation Agreement with the Belgrade city's Administration to jointly single out projects they would provide support to.