The Union of Employers of Serbia (UPS) has asked the Government of Serbia to extend the Regulation on Subsidies for the Hospitality and Tourism Economy to companies that, in its opinion, are unjustifiably exempt from this measure and are affected by problems.
“UPS welcomes the adoption of the Decree to support the operations of the hospitality and tourism industry which are affected by the pandemic,” the UPS says in a letter to Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, indicating that the decree should be extended to include other catering facilities.
The UPS goes on to say: “The Decree, however, excluded a segment of the restaurant industry, such as bakeries, children game rooms, and similar establishments that unquestionably earn their income by serving food and beverages.”
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Also included in that category are companies that have their business registered as restaurants and food service establishments.
The UPS goes on to say that it is indisputable that both of these groups come under the category of catering facilities which are covered by the Decree, which provides for the prohibition of work of all food service establishments on weekdays after 5 p.m., as well as on Saturdays and Sundays.
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