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The Croatian Tourism Association welcomes the continuation of the allocation of aid for the preservation of jobs in activities affected by coronavirus, which was announced by the Government, the Croatian Tourism Association points out. “We believe that the announcement of the extension of the measure until the end of the year is actually just a technical issue. It is to be expected that the measures are planned to be extended until the beginning of next season. This is necessary in order to be ready for it, because tourism is not only a significant stake in creating the GDP of this country, but also the key to the recovery of the entire Croatian economy.”, said Ostojic. We believe that subsidies are the most important link in the chain of job retention and the survival of companies, which this year proved to be one of the keys to the season, said the director of HUT Veljko Ostojic and added that tens of thousands of laid-off workers had occurred at the institute in the spring, they could not return to work quickly and complete the season successfully, so the job retention measure was crucial. The first is the continuation of support measures to preserve jobs until the beginning of next season, ie until the end of 2021, the second is the provision of funds for liquidity and preparation of the tourist season 2021, in agreement with the CNB, HBOR and commercial banks, to facilitate approval of the so-called corona credit and moratorium and reprogramming and efficient use of EU funds, through coordination of public and private sectors in the creation and implementation of programs. Also, Ostojic emphasized that three things will be crucial for the preparation of the next season. Photo: HUT
Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Nigeria U-20 squad yesterday flew into Calabar, capital of Cross River State as the football –loving State returns to the front burner of international football action.Coach Emmanuel Amuneke led a group of 25 players and three officials into Canaan City, as the Flying Eagles intensify preparations for weekend’s 2017 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations qualifying match against the Young Swallows of Burundi.Calabar is hosting the return leg match this Saturday, which should be a soft session for the African champions, who pipped the Young Swallows 1-0 in Bujumbura two weeks ago.Meanwhile, Chile 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup bronze ball winner Samuel Chukwueze has continued in fine form in friendly matches ahead of the clash, causing serious havoc to opposition defence –lines.Just two days after his brace helped the Flying Eagles demolish Nigeria National League side, Shekarau Babes FC in a friendly match played on the artificial pitch of the FIFA Goal Project in Abuja, the winger was again at his imperious best netting twice in the second half as the Emmanuel Amuneke tutored side saw off Amakson Football Academy 3-0 in another friendly match at the weekend at the same venue.The galloping winger was at his usual slippery best all through the entertaining affair and received huge applause from the crowd, among them players of the National U-17 team currently in Abuja for a screening exercise supervised by team Coach Manu Garba.The UJ Esuene Stadium, which has played host to several Super Eagles and Golden Eaglets’ international matches over the past few years, will host this weekend’s clash between the Flying Eagles and the Young Swallows. The winner on aggregate will reach the final round of the qualification series for the 2017 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations, where Sudan will be the opposition.