– Advertisement – UEFA: No plans to change Euro 2020 formatUEFA say it has no plans yet to change the format of Euro 2020 amid reports it is considering moving next summer’s tournament to Russia.European football’s governing body decided in March to postpone the tournament by 12 months due to the coronavirus pandemic, but has so far stood by the 12-city format it had originally devised.- Advertisement – Kick off 7:45pm Fraser missed Newcastle’s 2-0 defeat at Southampton on Friday with the issue, while Hanley was ruled out of Norwich’s 1-0 victory at home to Swansea a day later.Hanley – who has 30 caps for his country – had been called up to the Scotland squad for the first time in more than two years, while Fraser was looking to add to his 14 international appearances.The news comes as a blow to Scotland, who will travel to Belgrade this week knowing that a victory over Serbia in their one-legged play-off will see them qualify for their first major tournament since the 1998 World Cup.- Advertisement – Thursday 12th November 7:00pm Ryan Fraser and Grant Hanley will both miss Scotland’s crucial Euro 2020 play-off against Serbia after withdrawing from the squad with injury.Steven Reid, who is part of Scotland boss Steve Clarke’s backroom staff, confirmed the news after both Fraser and Hanley sustained hamstring problems.- Advertisement – French newspaper Le Parisien reported that installing Russia, which hosted the World Cup in 2018, as sole host for the finals was one option being considered by UEFA, with infection rates rising again across the continent.While UEFA has not ruled out changing the format, it said in a statement that it currently had no plans to do so.“UEFA intends to hold Euro 2020 in the format and the venues confirmed earlier this year and we are working closely with all host cities on preparations,” the statement read.“Given the uncertainties surrounding Covid – over which neither UEFA nor the local organising bodies have control – it is currently too early to say whether those games in June and July will have restrictions either on fans or even their staging.” As well as missing Thursday’s game at the Crvena Zvezda Stadium, Fraser and Hanley will also be unavailable for Scotland’s Nations League fixtures away to Slovakia on Sunday and Israel on November 18.
“Since 2016, the tourist membership fee for businessmen has been continuously reduced by the Law on Amendments to the Law on Membership Fees in Tourist Boards by 15% and the Law on Amendments to the Law on Membership Fees in Tourist Boards by 5%. 12%, makes a total reduction of tourist membership fees for businessmen from 2016 by 32%. “, Concluded Brnjac. Photo: Mint Photo: MINT “In this challenging year, we have not neglected private renters either. Taking into account the special circumstances in 2020 caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, regarding the obligation to pay membership fees to tourist boards for private renters, the Ordinance on the annual lump sum membership fee for persons providing catering services in households and on family farms and on TZ forms for payment membership fee to the tourist board, which stipulates that the amount of the annual lump sum membership fee in 2020 is reduced by 50% and that the annual lump sum membership fee is not paid on extra beds “, during the presentation, Brnjac emphasized. This reduction is part of the measures envisaged by the Action Plan for the reduction of non-tax and parafiscal levies for 2020 and the Program of the Government of the Republic of Croatia 2020-2024. The first group refers to accommodation and catering, the second group to passenger transport, road transport electronic services, the third group to postal services, the fourth group to broadcasting, and the fifth group to wholesale and retail trade. The draft law also prescribes the possibility of tax administration solution change the amount of monthly membership fees, at the request of the person liable to pay the tourist membership fee, due to a significant decline in entrepreneurial activity in the current or previous business year or due to a decline in entrepreneurial activity due to material damage caused by force majeure. The new draft law prescribes reduction of the obligation to pay the tourist membership fee by reducing the rates (five of them) on the basis of which the membership fee is calculated. Membership fee rates are linearly reduced and the amount to pay the membership fee for all five groups of taxpayers will be 12% less. Minister of Tourism and Sports Nikolina Brnjac presented at today’s session of the Government of the Republic of Croatia Proposal of the Law on Amendments to the Law on Membership Fees in Tourist Boards, which should enter into force 01. January 2021., which prescribes further reduction of tourist membership fee by 12% as a parafiscal giving for businessmen.