On that occasion, Minister of Tourism Gari Cappelli stressed the importance of investing in raising the quality of the destination. “By investing in public tourist infrastructure projects, the quality of the total tourist offer is raised, for which we allocate almost 50 million kuna in two years. From this year, we started co-financing the development of tourism development sustainability and reception capacity with an action plan because it is necessary for destinations to develop strategic documents so that tourism can continue to develop responsibly and sustainably, to the satisfaction of tourists and locals.” Cappelli pointed out. Through the Public Call for Applications for Grants under the Public Tourism Infrastructure Development Program in 2019, the Ministry of Tourism has provided HRK 25 million for the development of public tourism infrastructure in 2019. The Ministry co-finances up to 80 percent, or up to 90 percent of the eligible / eligible costs of implementing an individual project. The maximum amount of co-financing will depend on the development index of local and regional self-government units – so I. and II. development group of regional self-government units and I., II., III. and IV. the group of development of local self-government units have the right to co-financing projects in the amount of up to 90 percent of eligible / eligible costs, and other groups up to 80 percent of eligible / eligible costs. In addition to the above, the preparation of project-technical documentation for will be co-financed cable cars with amounts from a minimum of HRK 100 thousand to a maximum of HRK 700 thousand per project. Also, co-financing is starting making a study of the sustainability of tourism development and reception capacity with an action plan. The maximum amount of support for regional self-government units is 200 thousand kuna, and for local self-government units 100 thousand kuna, ie up to 80 percent, or up to 90 percent of eligible eligible costs, depending on the development index of the local self-government unit. In addition to the above, the subject of co-financing are quality management studies in tourism and only units of regional self-government – counties – can apply for the preparation of subject studies. The maximum amount of support is HRK 200 thousand, ie up to 80 percent, or up to 90 percent of eligible / eligible costs, depending on the development index. It is co-financed arranging and marking existing and new cycling, hiking and riding routes. The novelty is the co-financing of the procurement and installation of service stations for bicycle repair, procurement and installation of bicycle movement / traffic counters and the arrangement of cycling tourist rest areas / lookouts on cycling tourist routes. The funds are intended for regional self-government units – counties. The minimum amount of support is 100 thousand kuna, and the maximum 500 thousand kuna per project. For projects beach the minimum amount of support is HRK 200 thousand, and the maximum amount of support is HRK 800 thousand. To co-finance the continuation of the construction of visitor centers and interpretation centers, the amount ranges from a minimum of HRK 100 thousand to a maximum of HRK 800 thousand of support. In accordance with the project of the Government of the Republic of Croatia “Slavonia, Baranja and Western Srijem”, the Ministry of Tourism co-finances the construction, extension, reconstruction or adaptation and multimedia equipping visitor centers and interpretation centers in the area of Slavonia, Baranja and Western Srijem with a minimum of 100 thousand kuna and a maximum of 800 thousand kuna. These are funds intended for the public sector for the arrangement of beaches and bathing areas, continuation of construction, extension, reconstruction or adaptation and multimedia equipping of visitor centers and interpretation centers, public tourist infrastructure for active tourism and project-technical documentation for cable cars. For the first time, the financing of studies on the sustainability of tourism development and reception capacity with an action plan and studies on quality management in tourism have been included. The public call is open until June 28, 2019, and more information on the conditions can be found in the attachment Attachment: Public call for applications for grants under the Public Tourism Infrastructure Development Program in 2019
The story reveals that Manchester City, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are all interested in a deal to sign Martial. The France star has scored 16 times in 29 games in the Premier League this season after the former AS Monaco star netted in a 2-2 draw with Southampton earlier this week. read also:Conte: ‘Attitude key at SPAL’ Martial has hit the 20-goal mark in all competitions this season to produce his best individual campaign since his £36m move to Manchester United in 2015. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will make the trip to Crystal Palace in their next Premier League game at Selhurst Park on Thursday night. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Inter Milan hope to tempt Manchester United into selling Anthony Martial. Inter Milan are long-term admirers of the France international and his current form will only have underlined the Serie A outfit’s desire to sign Martial. The same article states that the 24-year-old is valued at around £60m despite having four years left to run on his current deal with the Old Trafford outfit. According to the same story, Inter are hoping to exploit Manchester United’s desperate need for a centre-half partner for their skipper Harry Maguire, as highlighted by Victor Lindelof’s error in a 2-2 draw with Southampton on Monday night. The Italian media outlet claim that Inter Milan are prepared to offer Skriniar to Manchester United in a cash plus player deal for France forward. The article claims that Inter Milan believe their Slovakia international is worth around £58m so the Serie A side would hope a small financial package would need to supplement their offer.Advertisement Promoted Content8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalLaugh, Cry, Or Just Relax With The Best Series Streaming On HBO18 Cities With Neverending Tourist-Flow7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Amazing Bridal Looks From Around The WorldWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?
Dear Editor,I am extremely disturbed at the increasing amount of our citizens who are dying or suffering serious and debilitating injuries while in Police custody.Thirty-nine-year-old Lalbachan Bachan of Maria’s Lodge, Essequibo Coast, was the latest victim. A young, strong man arrested for driving under the influence and died while in Police custody.His young children are now fatherless and the breadwinner of the family has passed. People’s lives have been turned upside down.The authorities seem to not be taking this most gross violation of people’s human rights into account. Hardly anyone ever gets punished for these terrible violations and abuse.In some ways, this is a reflection of what is happening at the highest level of Government. The abuse of power is seeping down to all levels of the administration.The Police force is a very important institution in any society. If people feel abused by those who are charged with the responsibility to protect them and they lose confidence in the Force, then we can decent into lawlessness.I, therefore, urge the leadership of the Police to immediately do a fair and unbiased investigation and punish those responsible for the death of Lallbachan Bachan. We must halt this trend before it consumes us all.I extend my deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Mr Bachan. I also express my condolences to the people of the Essequibo Coast.Yours sincerely,Donald RamotarFormer President