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Agreement signed on financing the development of amendments to the spatial plan of the Plitvice Lakes National Park

first_imgThe signing of the Agreement provided all the preconditions for the adoption of the decision of the Government of the Republic of Croatia on the initiation of Amendments to the existing plan.The Agreement on Financing the Development of Amendments to the Spatial Plan of the Area of ​​Special Features of the Public Institution of the Plitvice Lakes National Park was signed today by the Minister of Environmental Protection and Energy, Dr. Sc. Tomislav Ćorić, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Croatia and Minister of Construction and Physical Planning Predrag Štromar, Director of the Croatian Institute for Spatial Development Irena Matković and Director of the Public Institution Plitvice Lakes National Park Tomislav Kovačević.Financial resources will be provided by the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy, which initiated these changes, said Minister Ćorić, adding that the Ministry is undertaking a number of other activities aimed at improving the situation in the Plitvice Lakes National Park. “On the one hand, the development of a new National Park Management Plan has been initiated, which will, among other things, contribute to a better organization of visits, work is underway to repair losses in public sewerage, and a wastewater treatment plant will be procured and installed by June this year.”Concluded Coric.The holder of the project for drafting amendments to the spatial plan is the Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning, and all activities will be coordinated by the Croatian Institute for Spatial Development. “With targeted changes, we want to improve the existing plan and preserve our national pearl”Said Deputy Prime Minister Predrag Stromar, emphasizing that this primarily refers to the creation of a basis for a better water supply and sewerage network, as well as to prevent the growth of construction in the most sensitive areas of the National Park.The director of the Plitvice Lakes National Park, Tomislav Kovačević, is also satisfied with the signed agreement, emphasizing that this is an additional step towards sustainable development and preservation of the value of the national park, which, as he said, this park deserves.Related news:TOMISLAV KOVAČEVIĆ NEW DIRECTOR OF PLITVICE LAKES NATIONAL PARK“THE PLITVICE TIMES” – THE FIRST TOURIST MAGAZINE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROMOTING STORIES FROM ALL OVER THE CHARACTERlast_img read more

PREMIUMTrade pact expected to boost Indonesia-Australia ties

first_imgIndonesia-Australia IA-CEPA diplomacy Jokowi Scott-Morrison trade-deal bilateral-relations Indonesia is hoping its 70-year-old ties with Australia will only grow stronger after ratifying a trade deal that will bring the two major Asia-Pacific economies closer.President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo arrived in Canberra on Saturday evening for his fourth state visit to Indonesia’s southern neighbor, where he is scheduled to address the Australian parliament, meet high-ranking Australian government officials and attend the Indonesia-Australia business roundtable.Jokowi is slated to meet his Australian counterpart, Scott Morrison, for an annual leaders’ meeting on Monday, where the two leaders are expected to discuss the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) and launch a 2020-2024 plan of action that will serve as a guideline for the trade deal.“We want openness so that we can have more trade, investment, tourism … Forgot Password ? Google Facebook Log in with your social account LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Topics : Linkedinlast_img read more

EU Shipowners Call for Decisive Actions against Unfair Trade Practices

first_imgEuropean shipowners and maritime technology industry have called for decisive actions against unfair trade practices and in favour of global playing field.Namely, trade associations representing European shipbuilding and maritime equipment and European shipowners, SEA Europe and ECSA, have called upon the European Commission and the EU Member States to take concrete and decisive actions against such practices and in favour of a true global level playing field for the European industry.“Market-oriented conditions, rules-based trade, and open markets are essential to allow European shipping, shipbuilding and marine equipment companies to operate internationally,” ECSA said.EU Trade Commission Cecilia Malmström, who recently spoke against unfair trade practices in the Far East, stressed that the European Commission “will do what is necessary to shield European shipowners, European shipyards and European maritime equipment manufacturers from the negative impact from competitive distortions resulting from massive subsidies from China and South Korea.”The Commissioner also underlined that the European Commission is paying close attention to South Korea’s recent support measures in favour of its local shipyards, which “could also be significant”.“The latest support measures from South Korea are clearly an example of unfair competitive distortions,” SEA Europe Secretary General Christophe Tytgat said.As explained, the country has contributed to severe overcapacity in merchant shipbuilding and merchant shipping, with consequences for all market players, first for European shipbuilding and also for European shipowners and the entire maritime value chain.“Europe now needs to be vigilant that the same unfair trade practices with the same potential devastating effects are not repeated in other shipbuilding and shipping segments,” Tytgat added.“At a time that protectionist trends are rising, we ask Europe to send a strong message in support of free, fair and rules-based trade,” ECSA Secretary General Martin Dorsman said.last_img read more

Polish LNG terminal receives 74th cargo

first_imgImage courtesy of Polskie LNGPolish liquefied natural gas import facility, the President Lech Kaczyński terminal in Świnoujście, has received a new cargo on Wednesday. Polish LNG terminal operator, Polskie LNG, said via social media that the 74th cargo delivery came to the facility onboard the 173,400-cbm liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker Patris.Polskie LNG noted it is the third delivery to the facility this month with another cargo expected by the end of the month.The facility has so far been supplied a total of 14 million cubic meters of LNG.The Polish LNG terminal in Świnoujście is the country’s flagship project to diversify gas supplies and reduce dependence on pipeline imports from Russia.Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) is in charge of all the LNG supplies coming to the import terminal operated by Gaz-System’s unit Polskie LNG. LNG World News Stafflast_img read more

Wolves announce new Nuno Espirito Santo contract

first_img Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Wolverhampton Wanderers announced a new long-term contract for Nuno Espirito Santo, the bearded maestro who led the club into the Premier League and deep into the Europa League. Only Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola, and Chris Wilder have been with their Premier League clubs longer than Espirito Santo. Read Also: EPL: How Chelsea will lineup against Brighton “The next game is coming, just around the corner. If this match is for our fans, they know me, it’s a day by day process. It’s a commitment that you make yourself, to each day have a chance to help to do something good. How far? Tomorrow is how far we want to reach, to be better than yesterday and the next day, and the next day. We’ll see, but in terms of how we want to do things, we want to play better, how we can do things, working very hard like we do. Dedicate every moment to give the best of each one of us every moment.” How far can Wolves go with Espirito Santo? They’ve so far managed to keep hold of Ruben Neves and Raul Jimenez amongst a bevy of top players. The 46-year-old ex-Porto boss was the steady hand required when Wolves launched themselves several steps ahead of plan in qualifying for the UEL last season. There wasn’t an ounce panic with a slow start to the PL season and Espirito Santo massaged his squad through the congested season and nearly back to the UEL. The new deal runs through the 2022-23 season and will ward off suitors or at least insure the club against those hoping to poach Espirito Santo and bring him to their club.Advertisement Promoted ContentThailand’s 10 Most Iconic LandmarksWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBrother Creates A Phenomenal Dress For His SisterThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More9 Movie Scenes That Got Re-Shot And Saved The Whole MovieYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearTop 10 TV Characters Meant To Be IconicThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hystericallast_img read more

Togetherhood project cleans up this Saturday

first_imgGreensburg, IN — Decatur County YMCA will be hosting the Togetherhood Project this Saturday at 9 am starting at the Charles Buell Trail, located in Rebeka Park. This is a great opportunity for businesses, youth groups, families, civic organizations, and more to help make an impact by cleaning up the community. Trash Bags, gloves, and vests will be provided, but please feel free to bring your own gloves and pincher tools.last_img

Poyet in challenge to prove worth

first_img Press Association The 45-year-old Uruguayan inherited a squad in turmoil when he took over from Paolo Di Canio at the Stadium of Light last month, and is still assessing what he has at his disposal. Poyet hinted earlier this week that he was not entirely convinced by a summer transfer policy which saw the Black Cats lose Simon Mignolet, Stephane Sessegnon and loan signing Danny Rose and recruit 14 new players under director of football Roberto De Fanti. Gus Poyet has told his Sunderland players they still have time to clinch a place in his long-term plans. However, as he prepares to deliver his verdict on the squad when the recruitment team meets to discuss the way forward during the forthcoming international break, he admits his views are changing all the time. He said: “It changes, I won’t say daily, but the most important part for me is Saturday at 3pm. “When a player performs on Saturday at 3pm – people will say to me Wednesday, 7.45pm, Tuesday, I think it’s 2.05pm this Sunday – but that’s the most important thing. “Yes, we make sure that they train well, we make sure that we do all the basics, but at the end of the day when it matters is Saturday at 3pm. “That’s when I learn the most for when I take my decisions and write my report about every single player, if we need and where we need [strengthening]. “I am going to have a meeting, it’s going to be next week or the beginning of the following week, so then I will know everything. “It’s going to be either this week or the beginning of the following, but it’s going to be in the next two weeks, for sure.” In the meantime Sunderland, who put their Barclays Premier League difficulties to one side in midweek to book a Capital One Cup quarter-final clash with Chelsea, face the task of attempting to drag themselves out of trouble against title contenders Manchester City on Sunday. Manuel Pellegrini’s men will head for the Stadium of Light having scored 14 goals in their last three games in all competitions, seven of them against Norwich last weekend. Poyet has urged his side to have greater belief on the ball and was delighted with the way they retained possession to pave the way for their midweek cup victory over Southampton. He knows the challenge will be different against City – the Saints made 10 changes for their trip to Wearside – but he is hoping for more of the same. He said: “It’s a different proposition, but if we give it to them, we are not going to get it back, for sure, so we need to be brave. “We are not going to take silly risks. In plenty of situations where we were not able to pass the ball or keep it, we are going to try to keep it a little bit better than we have been used to.” Poyet will be without suspended duo Lee Cattermole and Andrea Dossena, who were both sent off in the 1-0 defeat at Hull last Saturday, but keeper Keiren Westwood has recovered from a blow to the head and is ready to compete with Vito Mannone once again. Defender Wes Brown made his first competitive start for the club in more than 21 months on Wednesday evening, and he too is vying for a place. Poyet said: “At the time I arrived here, he was not training every day, but then he started training every day and he found it easier. “He asked to play a couple of games in the reserves behind closed doors and then he was putting himself on the line for us to pick him. “Now he is in and it’s up to him to stay there and stay fit and help us to get out of this situation.” last_img read more

Howard facing up to six weeks out

first_img Press Association Joel Robles, who was with Martinez at Wigan, is deputising and, while the Toffees boss is happy with him, he may look to bring in another stopper. “I thought Joel was very calm against Stoke and did well against Newcastle. But we will assess whether we need cover,” the Spaniard added. Martinez said Howard’s injury was unsual and admitted that it was a big blow to lose a player of his experience. “He’s picked up a calf injury in his left calf and that’s something that as a goalkeeper is really unusual. It happened just kicking the ball against Stoke. ” Tim is going to be a huge miss, not just on the pitch but being around the place and having the calmness that he gives to the younger players and the know how that he brings to the dressing room. “Tim is a big game player. When he plays for the national team in tournaments and when he plays for us he’s used to that scrutiny and responsibility and he just embraces it. “That’s something that we need to have spread out throughout the squad. We need that big game, big team mentality and (to) cope with the expectations and whatever surrounds the performance.” Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard will miss the next five to six weeks with a calf injury, manager Roberto Martinez has said.center_img The American missed Sunday’s loss at Newcastle with the injury suffered against Stoke on Boxing Day, and is now set to miss out until well into 2015. “Tim Howard will be out between five and six weeks with a calf injury,” Martinez said at his press conference ahead of the New Year’s Day game against Hull. last_img read more

President Trump declines to condemn Kenosha gunman Kyle Rittenhouse

first_imgDuring a news conference, a reporter asked President Donald Trump if he will condemn the actions of the 17-year-old Kenosha gunman, Kyle Rittenhouse. Rittenhouse is accused of shooting 3 protesters and killing 2 in Wisconsin.Trump declined to condemn his actions and suggests he was acting in self-defense and probably would have been killed.Trump says the shooting is under investigation.last_img

Other Sports India’s Jinson Johnson Clinches Silver In 1500m, Qualifies For World Championship

first_img Berlin: Asian Games gold medallist Jinson Johnson bettered his own 1500m national record while clinching a silver in the ISTAF Berlin event in Berlin on Sunday. Johnson clocked 3 minute 35.24 seconds to finish second behind Joshua Thompson of United States at the Olympic Stadium. The earlier national record in the name of the 28-year-old Kerala runner was 3:37.86 which he had set at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games last year. He also holds the 800m national record (1:45.65). With his own national record shattering effort, Jinson also qualified for the World Championships to be held in Doha from September 28 to October 6. The World Championships qualifying time is 3:36.00.  “I was expecting to set new national record but did not expect to win the silver. I will now go to Colorado in USA for further training and then to Doha for World Championships,” Jinson said after the event. “I am very happy. But my ultimate aim is to do well in Tokyo 2020.”  Jinson had won the 2018 Asian Games gold in 1500m with a time of 3:44.72. ISTAF Berlin is a part of the IAAF World Challenge meetings, the second tier of global one day athletics events. It is the penultimate leg of the IAAF World Challenge meetings this year.The win continued Indian sprinters good run in 2019.Top Indian sprinters Hima Das and Mohammad Anas won a gold each in women’s and men’s 300m races respectively at the Athleticky Mitink Reiter event in Czech Republic. This was Hima’s sixth gold in European races since July 2 though the field in most of them has been mediocre. Her last win was on July 20 when she clinched a gold in her pet 400m event at Nove Mesto in Czech Republic. “Finished on the top in 300 m in the Athleticky Mitink Reiter 2019 today in Czech Republic,” Hima tweeted after winning the race on Saturday.  Anas, on the other hand, won the men’s 300m race in 32.41 seconds. “Glad to have won the Gold in men’s 300m at the Athleticky Mitink Reiter 2019 in Czech Republic in a timing of 32.41 secs,” he tweeted. National record holder Anas has already qualified for 400m event for the World Championships to be held in Doha in September-October.Also Read | Did not tell my parents that I was taking part in World Championship: Hima DasHima Das extended her sensational run by claiming her fifth gold as she returned to her pet 400m competition with a season-best time of 52.09s, in Nove Mesto on Saturday. The timing is slower than her personal best of 50.79 seconds, which she managed at the Jakarta Asian Games and she also narrowly missed out on the World Championships qualifying mark of 51.80.Also Read | Hima Das signs up with sports management firmHowever, it was better than the timing of 52.88 seconds, which she managed earlier in the season. It was Hima’s fifth gold medal since July 2 when she ran her first competitive race in Europe. In her first competitive 200m race of the year, she clocked 23.65 seconds on her way to gold at the Poznan Athletics Grand Prix in Poland on July 2. highlights Hima Das won six gold medals in the European circuit a couple of months ago.Jinson Johnson qualified for the 1500m event in the World Championship.The World Championship will be held in Doha in September.center_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more