Vladimir Galjak

Vladimir Galjak

Vladimir Galjak is a well-known Serbian lawyer, who is present in the public with his views, contrary to the ruling party in Serbia, led by President Aleksandar Vucic. Together with his fellow lawyers, he was a supporter of the protests in Serbia against violence, and he was among the 15 Belgrade lawyers who in 2015 submitted an initiative to the Serbian Assembly to withdraw the law on the construction of the Belgrade Waterfront project.

In 2020, he took over the stake in "Sloboden Pecat" from his friend, Aleksandar Rodic, the former owner of the largest Balkan media group, "Adria Media Group", which had its own media outlets in North Macedonia, Serbia and Croatia. The takeover takes place after Rodic sold its stake to people close to the government in Serbia, after public disagreements with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

Media Companies / Groups
Media Outlets


Newspaper Publishing

Sloboden pechat DOO Skopje (North Macedonia)

Law Practice

Galjak Law Office (Serbia)

Family & Friends

Affiliated Interests Family Members Friends

Aleksandar Rodic

a long-time friend and collaborator of Vladimir Galjak, who sold his stake in "Sloboden Pecat" to him in 2020. As the "Sloboden Pecat" reported at that time, the agreement for the sale of his media companies in Serbia and Croatia prohibits Rodic from engaging in media work in Southeast Europe. Previously, Rodic was the owner of "Adria Media Group", the largest media group in the Balkans.

Further Information

Data Publicly Available

ownership data is easily available from other sources, e. g. public registries etc.

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Meta Data

The ownership structure and the financial reports are based on data recived from Central registry of the Republic of North Macedonia. The documents were received on 07. 08.2023 based on a government decision from 2017 for free access for investigative journalists. The financial information is for 2022. For the calculation of the amounts in US dollars, the average exchange rate for 2022 from the National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia was used.

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