The session also adopted the Bill ratifying the Agreement on the Transfer of Competences for the Provision of Air Transport Services between the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the government of the Republic of Serbia and the government of Montenegro.
The implementation of the new agreement will regulate issues in this area in a more modern way and in accordance with the structure of the EUROCONTROL Joint Model.
The government of Serbia has provided funds for the subsidised purchase of electric and hybrid vehicles in the amount of RSD 120 million for 2021, in order to reduce the negative effects and significantly reduce air pollution.
At today's session, the Decree on the procedure and manner of postponing the payment of due taxes and contributions was adopted in order to mitigate the economic consequences caused by the COVID-19 disease.
The proposed regulation allows economic entities, which have decided to postpone the maturity for the payment of taxes and contributions, to postpone that payment to a maximum of 24 equal monthly instalments, without paying interest while the postponement lasts.
Today, the Decree on the conditions and manner of allocating and using funds for encouraging the improvement of tourist traffic of domestic tourists on the territory of the Republic of Serbia was adopted, which envisages funds for 100,000 vouchers for next year, in order to invest in domestic tourism.
The government also adopted the Action Plan for the implementation of the Partnership for Open Government initiative in the Republic of Serbia for the period 2020-2022.
Given that the EU's Enlargement Strategy for the Western Balkans places public administration reform as one of the three pillars of the accession process, the implementation of this document will provide support and greater engagement of governments around the world to improve integrity, transparency, efficiency and accountability.