Donald Trump’s son-in-law confirms that he plans investing in Serbia and Albania

Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has shared rendered images of the project of the luxury complex which will be constructed in the location of the former Serbian Army’s General Staff building in Belgrade on his X and Facebook profiles.

“Excited to share some early design images for development projects we have been creating for the Albanian coast and downtown Belgrade”, wrote Kushner.

One rendered image shows a complex with two towers.

As The New York Times reports, the son-in-law of the former U.S. president Donald Trump, who was also a high official of the White House, said that he was close to the finalization of real estate projects in Albania and Serbia.

He has confirmed that he was closing big real estate deals in Albania and Serbia, which is, as the daily writes, “the latest example of the former president’s family doing business abroad even as Mr. Trump seeks to return to the White House.”

“Kushner’s plans in the Balkans appear to have come about in part through relationships built while Trump was in office. Kushner, who was a senior White House official, said he had been working on the deals with Richard Grenell, who served briefly as acting director of national intelligence under Trump and also as ambassador to Germany and special envoy to the Balkans”, The New York Times writes.

The daily writes that one of the proposed projects would be the development of an island off the coast of Albania into a luxury tourist destination, whereas a second, with a planned luxury hotel and 1,500 residential units and a museum, is “at the site of the long-vacant former headquarters of the Yugoslav army destroyed in 1999 by the NATO bombing.”

These first two projects, The New York Times writes, both involve land now controlled by the governments of the two countries.

(, 16.03.2024)

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