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30-07-2020


COVID-19: update

Given the situation caused by the pandemic of the COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, we consider informing the general public to be key to achieving continuity of uninterrupted business. In this regard, below you can find the latest measures, which we consider the most important for the economy sector, and which regulate the said situation.

 

30 July 2020

The Government of the Republic of Serbia prescribed new measures related to the second aid package for the economy, in order to mitigate the economic consequences caused by the COVID-19 disease, which is a continuation of the measures from March.

This package includes the payment of 60 percent of the minimum wage in two installments, as well as the deferral of taxes and contributions on wages for one month.

The implementation of the mentioned measures will begin immediately, and the first 155 Euro will be paid to a special account of employers by August 10th, while the second payment will be in September.

As for legal entities registered as entrepreneurs, who in accordance with relevant tax regulations do not submit the PPP-PD form, they will be paid direct benefits once in September without any additional engagement.

If legal entities do not want to use these funds, i.e. they are not fulfilling prescribed obligations arising from these benefits, they do not have to spend these funds and at the end of this measures cycle the funds will automatically be returned to the state budget.

When it comes to conditions for the use of measures, employers have the obligation not to reduce the number of employees by more than 10 percent in the period of three months from the payment of the last direct benefit, i.e. by the end of the year at the latest.

 

11 July 2020

The Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veterans’ and Social Affairs adopted a Rulebook on preventive measures for safe and healthy work to prevent the occurrence and spread of the infectious disease epidemic (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 94/2020), which regulates preventive measures employers are obligated to apply in order to prevent the occurrence and spread of the infectious disease and eliminate the risks for safe and healthy work for employees, as well as other persons in the work environment, when the competent authority declares an epidemic of infectious disease.

In accordance with the Rulebook, when organizing the work process, the employer is obligated to plan the implementation of preventive measures and activities to prevent the outbreak of infectious diseases, determine responsibilities for the implementation and control of preventive measures and activities, which will improve the situation and ensure higher safety and health at workplace for employees and other persons.

The Employer is obligated to adopt a plan for implementation of measures, which is an integral part of the act on risk assessment. Accordingly, regardless of the fact whether the employers has already adopted decisions in the previous period that refer to the prevention of the spread of the epidemic, the employer is obligated to adopt a plan for implementation of measures.

The Rulebook entered into force and is applied as of 11 July 2020, and the deadline for employers for adoption of the above said plan expires on 10 August 2020.

 

12 May 2020

The Agency for Business Registers has issued a Notice regarding new deadlines for submitting financial statements for 2019, in accordance with the Decree on shifting the deadlines for holding the regular session of the general meeting of a company and submitting annual and consolidated financial statements of companies, cooperatives, other legal entities and entrepreneurs, as well as deadlines for the submission of applications for income tax and self-employment income tax, the validity of licensed  auditors licenses and licenses for assessment of the value of real estate expiring during the state of emergency resulting from the disease COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus (“Official Gazette of RS” no. 57/2020).

More about deadlines can be found on the following link:

https://www.apr.gov.rs/news.3018.html?newsId=3152

 

08 May 2020

The Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted following acts:

- Decree on measures for prevention and control of infectious diseases COVID-19 ("Official Gazette of RS", no. 66/2020). This Decree determines the appropriate measures for the prevention and control of the infectious disease COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, as well as the conditions, manner of implementation, perpetrators and means for the implementation of these measures. On the day this Decree enters into force, numerous decisions of the Government of the Republic of Serbia cease to be valid. You can find a list of all decisions that expire in the above regulation.

- Amendments of a Decree on determining the support program for small and medium enterprises for the procurement of equipment in 2020 ("Official Gazette of RS", No. 5/2020 and 66/2020). In mentioned amendment to the Decree in the Program of support to small and medium enterprises for the procurement of equipment in 2020, in Chapter 1. SUBJECT, paragraph 1 is changed.

- Amendments of a Decree on the conditions and manner of allocation and use of funds to encourage the improvement of tourist traffic of domestic tourists in the territory of the Republic of Serbia ("Official Gazette of RS", No. 90/2019 and 66/2020). This Decree has been amended in several articles, and a voucher application form has been added as an integral part of the decree.

 

06 May 2020

- The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia abolished the state of emergency, introduced on March 15th due to a pandemic caused by the corona virus.

- The Law on the Validity of Decrees adopted by the Government of Serbia with the co-signature of the President of the Republic during the state of emergency and confirmed by the National Assembly has been adopted.

On the day of abolition of the state of emergency, 11 decrees which were in force during the state of emergency ceased to apply, and they refer to organization of work, part of tax measures to mitigate economic consequences, use of financial measures from the budget, limitation of prices of protective equipment, deadlines in court proceedings, participation in criminal proceedings, additional debt, etc.

In addition, certain regulations shall remain in force, such as regulations referring to the application of deadlines in administrative procedures, fiscal benefits and direct benefits in the private sector and financial assistance to citizens, extending deadlines for submitting financial reports, as well as financial assistance to agriculture.

 

30 April 2020

In order to ease the measures for preventing the spread of the virus, the Government of the Republic of Serbia, in accordance with the epidemiological situation, adopted a set of measures. Below please find the measures we identified to be most relevant to the economy:

- Starting from May 8th 2020 shopping centers shall be permitted to operate with use of preventive measures (Decision)

- Starting from May 4th2020 cafés and restaurants shall be permitted to operate with compliance with prescribed measures (Decision)

- Starting from May 4th 2020 interregional commuter road transportation and regional and long distance railway transportation shall be permitted (Decision)

- Staring from April 30th2020 movement is allowed in all parks and larger areas intended for public recreation and sports - with compliance of preventive measures (Decision)

- Movement is allowed on Saturday, May 2nd and Sunday, May 3rd from 5 am to 6 pm (Decision)

Further, the Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted:

Decree on the offer of a substitute trip for a tour that has been canceled or has not been used due to a disease COVID-19 caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 63/2020). This Decree regulates particular manner and conditions under which an offer can be made for the use of a substitute trip for a tour that is canceled or has not been realized due to a disease COVID-19 caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus. The conditions under which a tour operator can offer a passenger a replacement trip are set out in more detail in the Decree.

 

25 April 2020

The Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted the acts:

- Decree on the amendments of Regulation on fiscal benefits and direct benefits to businesses in the private sector and financial aid to citizens to migrate the economic impact of COVID-19 (“Official Gazette RS” no. 60/20). These amendments specified Articles which regulate direct benefits to private sector entities, in the part regarding the conditions for obtaining the right to funds, which are related to the number of employees, as well as the time period by when the paid funds can be used, furthermore, amendments specified Articles relating the acceptance of measures and loss of right to use measures as well as provisions of Articles relating prohibition on dividend payment. Serbian version of the said Decree can be found here.

- Decree on postponing the deadline for acquiring the status of a qualified newly employed person (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 60/20), by which the deadlines for acquiring the status of a qualified newly employed person prescribed by the Law on Personal Tax (“Official Gazette of RS”, nos. (…) and 86/19) and the Law on Compulsory Social Security Contributions (“Official Gazette of RS”, nos. (…), and 86/19) are postponed for a period of 60 days from the date of termination of the state of emergency. Serbian version of the said Decree can be found here.

- Decree on the establishment of a temporary registry and the method of payment of one-time financial assistance to all adult citizens of the Republic of Serbia in order to reduce the negative effects caused by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic COVID-19 (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 60/20). This Decree regulates forming of a temporary register of adult citizens of the Republic of Serbia, as well as the method of payment one-time financial assistant to these citizens, in the amount of EUR 100,00 in dinar counter value at the NBS official middle rate on the day this Decree entered into force. Serbian version of the said Decree can be found here.

- Decision on limitation of the organization of games of chance (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 49/20 and 60/20). It is decided that as of April 27th 2020 organizers of special and classic games of chance may continue to organize these games in facilities not larger than 400 m2, under condition of providing all measures related to prevention of the spread of COVID-19. Serbian version of the said Decision can be found here.

 

23 April 2020

Securities Commission issued a notice for avoidance of doubt regarding the implementation of the Decree for issuing debt securities ("Official Gazette of RS", No. 54/2020) in which they point out that the said Decree also applies to companies organized as limited liability companies. It was also emphasized that the Company Law and the Law on the Capital Market did not exclude the possibility of limited liability companies also issuing debt securities. More information, in Serbian language, can be found at:

http://www.sec.gov.rs/index.php/sr/

 

16 April 2020

The Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted the following decrees:

1. Decree on postponement of the deadlines for holding the regular session of the company assembly and submission of annual and consolidated financial statements of companies, cooperatives, other legal entities and entrepreneurs, as well as deadlines for filing income tax and self-employment income tax, validity of licenses of authorized auditors and licenses for the assessment of the value of real estate which expire during the state of emergency caused by the disease COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 57/2020);

2. Decree on establishing a guarantee scheme as a measure of support to the economy for mitigating the effects of the disease COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 57/2020);

3. Decree on financial support to registered agricultural households through facilitated access to the use of credit in difficult economic conditions due to the disease COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 57/2020);

4. Decree amending the Decree establishing the Program of financial support to economic entities for maintaining liquidity and current assets in difficult economic conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 57/2020);

5. Decree on financial assistance to registered agricultural households in order to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-COV-2 virus (“Official Gazette of the RS”, no. 57/2020).

All relevant decrees, in Serbian language, can be found at the following link: https://www.srbija.gov.rs/prikaz/459914

Decree on establishing a guarantee scheme as a measure of support to the economy for mitigating the effects of the disease COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 57/2020) regulates the conditions, procedure, amount and manner of securing funds for issuing guarantees of the Republic of Serbia, as well as criteria, conditions and manner of granting loans by banks, reporting and other issues relevant to the guarantee scheme as a measure of support to the economy, with the aim of increasing the liquidity of economic entities.

By the Decree, Republic of Serbia undertakes to settle as a guarantor the claims of banks arising from loans granted by banks for financing liquidity and current assets for lending to the economy. The conditions for securing a loan under the guarantee scheme are set out in more detail in the Decree.

 

15 April 2020

Serbian Chamber of Commerce, together with the Ministry of finance of the Republic of Serbia has compiled and published answers to the most frequent questions regarding implementation of the Regulation on Fiscal Benefits and Direct Aid to Private Sector Entities and Financial Aid to Citizens to Mitigate the Economic Impact of COVID-19 (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 54 on April 10th 2020), for the purpose of clarification and avoidance of doubts with regard to the implementation of said regulation.

Questions and answers, in Serbian language, are published on following links:

https://api.pks.rs/storage/assets/Q&A%20WEB%2013042020.pdf

https://api.pks.rs/storage/assets/Q&A%20WEB%201542020.pdf

Furthermore, Serbian Chamber of Commerce and the Ministry of finance of the Republic of Serbia have also published instructions for implementation of said regulation.

Please find further clarification of instructions, in Serbian language, on the following link:

https://api.pks.rs/storage/assets/Uputstvo%20za%20primenu%20uredbe%20WEB.pdf

 

10 April 2020

Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted regulations, which are defining the legal framework for implementing economic measures for reducing the negative effects caused by the COVID – 19 virus pandemic and supporting the economy.

All relevant regulations are available in Serbian language on the following link: https://www.srbija.gov.rs/prikaz/458636.

Implementation of economic measures prescribed by the said regulations begins on April 13th 2020, which means that all interested business entities may apply for use of these measures as of that day.

Additional instructions and clarifications regarding implementation of regulations are expected from the authorities in due time.

 

07 April 2020

Government of the Republic of Serbia adopted a Conclusion on recommendation to employers on the territory of the Republic of Serbia regarding the use of part of annual leave of employees for 2019 (“Official Gazette of RS", no. 52/2020). With this Conclusion the employers are advised to enable use of the part of annual for 2019 by December 31st 2020 for all employees who are performing their work obligations regularly during the state of emergency (such as health care workers).

For employees who are, during the state of emergency, able to perform work outside of employer's premises (remote work and work from home), the employer is obligated to enable use of part of their annual leave for 2019 until June 30st 2020, in accordance with the law.

Furthermore, employers that, during the state of emergency, are unable to organize work process are advised to give priority to the use of annual leave when sending employees on leave in accordance with the law.

 

03 April 2020

Government of the Republic of Serbia adopted a Conclusion no. 53-3008/2020-2 on recommendation to employers to amend their general act, i.e. employment contract or other individual act, in the part regulating the earnings compensation ("Official Gazette of RS", no. 50/2020), at the proposal of the Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veterans’ and Social Affairs. The said Conclusion recommends all employers to amend their general act, i.e. employment contract or other individual act in the part regulating the earning compensation, so that all employees who are temporarily absent from work because of a confirmed infectious disease COVID – 19 or because of measure of isolation or self – isolation ordered in connection with the illness, are guaranteed the right to remuneration in the amount of 100% of the basis for earnings compensation. More information, in Serbian language, is available on the following link: https://www.minrzs.gov.rs/sr/aktuelnosti/vesti/za-zaposlene-koji-su-usled-rada-oboleli-ili-su-u-samoizolaciji-zbog-kontakta-sa-zarazenima-covid-19-obezbedjena-naknada-zarade-u-visini-pune-zarade.

 

31 March 2020

- Government of the Republic of Serbia, together with the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, presented a proposal of the Program of Economic Measures for Reducing the Negative Effects Caused by the Covid - 19 Pandemic and Supporting the Serbian Economy. This program contains four sets of measures, which include tax policy measures, direct assistance to the private sector, measures for preserving liquidity and other measure. The proposed measures are expected to be adopted in the coming period. More information is available on the following link: https://v-dj.rs/en/news/the-program-of-economic-measures-for-reducing-the-negative-effects-caused-by-the-covid-19-pandemic-and-supporting-the-serbian-economy.

 

28 March 2020

- Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted the Decision on the amendment of the Decision on closure of border crossings (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 25/2020, 27/2020, 35/2020, 47/2020). According to this Decision, border crossings for international road traffic, rail and river traffic, as well as border traffic towards Hungary, Romania, the Republic of Bulgaria, the Republic of Northern Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Croatia are closed.

- The Ministry of Internal Affairs issued an Order amending the Order on Restriction and Prohibition of Movement of persons on the territory of the Republic of Serbia (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 34/2020, 39/2020, 40/2020, 46/2020). With these latest changes the duration of the ban on movement on weekends has been changed, and now it is starting from 3 pm to 5 am. Also, the decision to allow walking the pets for 20 minutes between 8 pm and 9 pm has been withdrawn.

 

27 March 2020

- Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted a Decision on the validity of a work permit issued to a foreigner during the state of emergency (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 43 / 2020-5). Namely, a work permit issued to foreign national in accordance with the provisions of the Law on employment of foreigners, which has expired or will expire while the Decision on the declaration of the state of emergency is in force, shall be considered valid for the duration of the state of emergency.

- The Decree on the application of deadlines in administrative procedures (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 41/2020-3, 43/2020-3) was amended by stipulating that in procedures for determining, paying, collecting and controlling public revenues of tax and customs debtors, the application of this Decree is limited solely to deadlines for filing remedies against first instance decisions and conclusions of the competent tax and customs authorities.

 

26 March 2020

- The Agency for Business Registers has issued a Notice on interruption of deadlines prescribed by the Law on Companies until the end of the state of emergency. It has been emphasized that the interruption of deadlines also applies to initiated procedures for forced liquidation of companies. More information is available on the following link: https://www.apr.gov.rs/news.3018.html?newsId=3101

- Ministry of Economy has issued a new Notice to business entities on changing the procedure for movement of employees during curfew, which clarifies that only the employer who has more than 100 employees in a shift that lasts during the period of prohibition of movement issues a certificate on weekly basis, all other employers are obliged to issue a certificate on daily basis. It is also stipulated that the employer is obliged to give the employee a prescribed certificate, instead of a work order. More information, in Serbian language, is available on the following link: https://privreda.gov.rs/ispravka-obavestenje-privreda-subjektima/.

 

25 March 2020

- The Agency for Business Registers has issued a Notice on application of deadlines in registration procedures during a state of emergency, which states that until the end of the state of emergency, users are available online e-Service for registration of establishment of entrepreneurs, limited liability companies, as well as for registration of contracts on financial leasing, but also central records of integrated procedures for construction permits, a separate information system for submission of electronic financial reports and central records of actual owners. More information is available at the following link: https://www.apr.gov.rs/news.3018.html?newsId=3102

 

24 March 2020

- Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted the Decision on the status of foreign nationals in the Republic of Serbia during the state of emergency (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 41/2020). Foreign nationals who lawfully resided in the Republic of Serbia on the date of entry into force of the Decision on declaration of the state emergency, on any of the grounds prescribed by the Law on Foreigners, may lawfully remain in the Republic of Serbia during the state of emergency without the obligation to initiate proceedings to further determine their status.

- The Regulation on application of deadlines in administrative procedures (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 41/2020-3, 43/2020-3) entered into force, stating that parties in administrative proceedings during the state of emergency cannot bear the consequences of their failure to comply with deadlines prescribed by certain laws governing general or special administrative procedures, and that this provision will also be taken into account when assessing the timeliness of registrations, complaints and other remedies.

Delivery actions and notices from which the deadlines start to count shall be counted after the expiration of 15 days after the end of the state of emergency, and the deadlines for action by administrative authorities that expire during the state of emergency shall be considered expired after the expiration of 30 days from the day of termination of the state of emergency.

 

21 March 2020

- Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted the Decision to restrict the provision of services in the field of retail trade, which includes the sale of goods and the provision of services in shopping malls and venues that are accessed from closed premises (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 39 / 2020-4). The said Decision prohibits direct sale of goods to customers and direct service providing in shopping centers and similar establishments operating in the field of retail trade, which includes the sale of goods and the service providing in venues accessed from a larger closed space. This measure does not apply to service providing in any other way by legal entities and entrepreneurs engaged in the activity in the above mentioned facilities, except for legal entities and entrepreneurs engaged in the activity of retail trade in food products, basic groceries and medicines and medical devices, with the obligation to apply, with respect to employees and service users, all preventive measures affecting the safety and health of employees and service users, in particular those relating to the prevention of the spread of infectious diseases COVID-19 caused by the SARS virus -CoV-2, and to that end, adopt a specific plan for implementation of measures, which is an integral part of the risk assessment act issued in accordance with the law and regulations in the field of safety and health at work.

- Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted a Decision on special measures for service providing in the field of retail trade, which includes the sale of food and beverages in catering facilities and sale of food for delivery (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 39/2020-4), which provides that legal entities and entrepreneurs can continue to provide food and beverage services by arranging delivery or through counters for service providing, without clients entering service providers’ facilities.

 

20 March 2020

- The Government of the Republic of Serbia rendered a Decree on court proceeding deadlines during the state of emergency declared on 15 March 2020 (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 38/2020-4), according to which deadlines for filing a lawsuit in a civil proceeding, a private lawsuit in a criminal proceeding, a motion to initiate a non-contentious proceeding or the enforcement and security proceedings, administrative lawsuits and the submission of a constitutional complaint, as well as deadlines for filing legal remedies or undertaking other procedural steps in proceedings, cease during the state of emergency. In criminal, misdemeanor and economic offense proceedings deadlines for submitting appeals against decisions terminating the proceedings, as well as for declaring extraordinary legal remedies, cease during the state of emergency declared on 15 March 2020.

- The Government of the Republic of Serbia adopted a Decree on tax measures during the state of emergency to mitigate economic consequences of COVID-19 disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 38/2020-3) which enables tax payers to defer payment of due tax debt. According to the said Decree, the Tax authorities shall not be able to ex officio annul the decision of delayed payment of tax debt, and shall not carry out collection procedure of those payments, during the state of emergency, whereby no interest shall be charged in the mentioned period.

 

19 March 2020

Government of the Republic of Serbia issued a Conclusion on termination of work with clients through direct contact (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 35/2020 and 37/2020). Namely, all bodies of state authority, as well as all special organizations, institutions, public companies and other organizations whose founder or a majority owner is the Republic of Serbia, shall work through written and electronic mail or by telephone.

 

18 March 2020

- The High Court Council has issued a Conclusion on the work of courts during the state of emergency (no. 119-05-132/2020-01). During the state of emergency only hearings which do not suffer delays (emergency procedures) shall be held. In all other cases, main and other hearings, starting from 19 March 2020 until the end of the state of emergency, shall be adjourned. More information, in Serbian language, on work of courts can be found on the following link: https://vss.sud.rs/sites/default/files/attachments/UPUTSTVO%20O%20RADU%20VSS.pdf

- The Chamber of Public Enforcement Officers has, in accordance with Ministry of Justice recommendations, issued Instructions for work of public enforcement officers during the state of emergency, declared on 15 May 2020 (no. 29/20-2). During the state of emergency, public enforcement officers shall not decide on proposals for enforcement, shall not carry out commenced enforcements, shall not perform evictions, sell movable and immovable property of the debtor, and shall not suspend pensions, salaries and other permanent income. Suspension of work does not apply to certain procedures, amongst which are procedures initiated on the basis of preliminary and previous measures and enforcements on accounts of legal entities. More information, in Serbian language, on work of public enforcement officers can be found on the following link: http://www.komoraizvrsitelja.rs/?q=vesti

 

17 March 2020

- National Bank of Serbia rendered a Decision on temporary measures for preservation of stability of the financial system (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 33/2020-6), and a Decision on temporary measures for leasing providers in order to maintain the stability of the financial system (“Official Gazette of RS” no. 33/2020-6), which offer a delay in payment of obligations to banks and leasing providers, during the state of emergency, and at least 90 days. During the duration of moratorium, banks and leasing providers shall not charge default interest on arrears, and shall not initiate enforcement or enforced collection, nor shall undertake other legal measures for the purpose of collecting receivables from clients, provided that regular contractual interest is ongoing and shall be assigned to future installments.

- The Public Notary Chamber has issues an Announcement on work of public notary offices in the state of emergency. The public notary offices shall continue to work every working day from 9 am until 3 pm, however, with suspension of notarization of signatures, manuscripts and transcripts. Public notaries shall continue to perform official activities of solemnization of contracts, compilation of notary notes and notary records, unless the parties involves are in the category of persons under special protection. No hearings shall be scheduled in procedures for making a death certificates, hearing regarding legacies and other extrajudicial proceedings entrusted to public notaries trough courts and participation of parties is required. Further, hearings that are already scheduled shall be postponed, except in cases requiring urgent action, and which does not endanger specially protected categories of population. Official activities outside of public notary offices shall not be performed until further notice. More information, in Serbian language, on work of public notaries can be found on the following link: http://beleznik.org/index.php/sr/karijera/140-obustavljaju-se-overe-potpisa-i-raspravljanja-zaostavstine-osim-u-hitnim-slucajevima-solemnizacije-uz-razmak-od-najmanje-jednog-sata

 

16 March 2020

- Government of the Republic of Serbia passed a Regulation on the organization of work of employers during the state of emergency (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 31/2020, which stipulates that the employer is obliged, if the organizational conditions allow it, to organize work outside it’s premises, as remote work or work from home, and to synchronize other activities in the work process with the state of emergency, as prescribed by the said regulation.

 

15 March 2020

- For the purpose of limiting the spread of the infection COVID-19 caused by the virus SARS-SoV-2, the President of the Republic of Serbia, the Speaker of the National Assembly and the Prime Minister declared, by the Decision on declaration of the state of emergency (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 29/20) the state of emergency on the territory of the Republic of Serbia.


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