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Business in Bansko wants to enter the compensation from the state

The Municipal Crisis Headquarters took a series of actions to help the institutional solution of the problem of compensating the losses of the local business in the city. Bansko.
Pursuant to Order № RD-01-132/ 17.03.2020 of the Minister of Health, on the territory of the city. Bansko has introduced anti-epidemic measures for a period of 14 days, during which time only food shops, pharmacies, bank offices and petrol stations work.

The quarantine introduced forced the shutdown of all businesses in the city and put local businesses in all sectors to a severe test.

The municipal crisis headquarters is in constant contact with the producers and discusses with them the problems and possible options for solving them to be proposed to the National Council for Tripartite Cooperation.

According to the draft Decree setting the terms and conditions for payment of compensation to employers for the purpose of preserving the employment of employees upon cessation of work due to the state of emergency declared by a decision of the National Assembly of 13 March 2020 are envisaged measures to compensate for the losses of a number of employers in sectors and economic activities.

The municipal crisis headquarters held talks, consultations and correspondence with various state institutions, in which it emphasized on the special status of Bansko at the moment the adoption of compensatory measures covering all enterprises of the local business.

All interested will be informed of the measures adopted to compensate for losses.

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