04/29/2020 / 17:39
BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska government has extended the deadline for reporting businesses affected by the coronary virus pandemic for assistance from the RS Solidarity Fund to May 8, after the application site was previously unavailable and the RS Chamber of Commerce has requested an extension.
Within the activities of the Ministry of Economy and Entrepreneurship of the Republika Srpska, a unified approach was adopted in the manner of drawing up lists of legal entities and entrepreneurs forbidden by the decisions of the HQs for performing activities that ceased operations as a result of the pandemic (lost market, lack of raw materials, etc.). or operate on a reduced scale.
“The application for applying for legal entities and entrepreneurs for the allocation of funds for the month of April from the RS Solidarity Fund for Reconstruction is active as of today and is available on the web site of the Government of Republika Srpska at login.vladars.net. The aforementioned address contains an application form, which must be completed in the form of an electronic application, and in order to enable all business entities to submit their applications in a timely manner, the deadline has been extended to Friday, May 8, 2020. “, the Ministry of Economy and Entrepreneurship said.
The invitation for admission to the grant list for the month of April from the Solidarity Fund for Reconstruction of the Republika Srpska represents the first step in exercising the right to support under the Decree-Law on tax measures to mitigate the economic consequences of SARS-CoV-2 virus COVID 19 .
“In addition to the aforementioned grant application, it is necessary that all legal entities and entrepreneurs who meet the conditions laid down in this Regulation submit a written statement requesting payment of the lowest salary to the Republika Srpska Tax Administration by 10 June 2020 at the latest.”, they explained from the Ministry.
They urged all businesses to follow the official information provided by the Government of Republika Srpska in order to be adequately informed of all measures to support the economy.
We remind you, the portal CAPITAL announced today that businessmen cannot apply for benefits because the Government website is not working provided for it. The site is worked in the afternoon.
The Chamber of Commerce of Republika Srpska has today submitted to the Government of Srpska an initiative to extend the application deadline from May 4 to May 11, as the Chamber was addressed by numerous businessmen who emphasized that the deadline was too short and included non-working holidays .
CAPITAL: Svetlana Šurlan