Minister of Tourism Cappelli: Next year we expect 350 million euros of investment in health tourism

first_imgMinister of Tourism Gari Cappeli held a press conference in Banski dvori today, at which he further clarified the Bill on the provision of services in tourism, which the Government sent to the Croatian Parliament at today’s session.The Minister said that this is an important law, which should enter into force in the seventh month of 2018. Speaking about the novelties proposed by the law, Minister Cappelli singled out the provision of services in health tourism. He emphasized that for the first time in the Republic of Croatia, the issue of tourist arrangements concerning health tourism will be resolved. “Travel agencies will be able to provide packages of health services in institutions in the Republic of Croatia, such as special hospitals, spas and private clinicse “, said the Minister and pointed out that in this way a new investment opportunity will be opened, which is planned for next year, in the amount of 350 million euros of prepared projects in health tourism, and the completion of these investments will open approximately 2.000 new jobs. places.Minister Cappelli explained that the aforementioned law and accompanying regulations related to professional exams and protected localities will regulate the issue of tourist guides, from education to the possibility for foreign tourist guides to provide services in Croatia. Also, the provision of car rental services will be regulated and the administrative barriers related to the business of travel agencies will be relieved. The Minister gave the example of an agency that had to have ten managers in ten branches in the Republic of Croatia, and from now on one company will have one manager, while in the remaining branches it will not be necessary.Announcing the Days of Croatian Tourism, the Minister reminded that the Republic of Croatia had the best tourist season for the first time in history. “Today we have somewhere around 98,5 million overnight stays and 17,3 million visitors and that is somewhere between 12 and 13 percent more than last year. It is important that the financial results are very good, in the first half of the year there were over 11 percent more income from tourism than last yearHe told youThis year, investments in tourism of around 800 million euros were realized, Cappeli said, adding that according to their surveys, they expect investments of around 930 million euros next year. “This is about 15 percent more than this year and almost 40 percent more than in 2015, which is proof that Croatia is recognizable not only as a country for the arrival of tourists but also as a country for good and quality investments in tourism.”, Concluded the Minister of Tourism.Related news: PROPOSAL OF THE LAW ON PROVISION OF SERVICES IN TOURISMlast_img read more

Ian Wright ‘uncomfortable’ with the way Unai Emery has managed Mesut Ozil

first_imgAdvertisement Ian Wright criticises Unai Emery’s treatment of Arsenal star Mesut Ozil Comment Advertisementcenter_img Mesut Ozil finally appears to have won the confidence of Unai Emery (Picture: Getty)Ian Wright admits he has been left feeling ‘uncomfortable’ by Unai Emery’s management of Mesut Ozil this season.The former Real Madrid playmaker is likely to start his first Premier League match since Boxing Day as Arsenal look to reclaim third place by avoiding defeat at Everton on Sunday.Ozil has been left out of high-profile matches this season for tactical reasons, while Emery has also been frustrated by a perceived lack of application in training and regular bouts of illness.The 30-year-old appears finally to have won the full confidence of Arsene Wenger’s successor, although club legend Wright feels the whole situation should have been handled better.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘The way he was being treated by Unai Emery – there was too much negativity around him,’ said Wright.‘He was trying, he does what he does and that’s how he plays. To leave him out completely and say the things he’s saying about tactically and his physicality I found that very uncomfortable‘I don’t think Mesut’s learned any lessons he will continue to play how he plays.Sorry, this video isn’t available any more.‘If you look at his stats he runs back as much as anyone else he does his fair share of that kind of stuff‘The way he plays he’s too good to not be involved at all. Whatever people are saying about that he doesn’t do it against the top six‘I’m not interested because against teams like Newcastle and the rest he will do it and that’s where you’re going to pick points up.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 6 Apr 2019 4:47 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy linklast_img read more

NHL playoffs 2019: 3 takeaways from Hurricanes’ dramatic Game 7 double-OT win over Capitals

first_imgBrock McGinn with an all-time OT celly. #BunchOfJerks— Johnny Lombardi (@jlombarditv) April 25, 2019The Hurricanes will now meet the Islanders in the second round of the playoffs starting Friday.Three takeaways from Game 71. It’s an appropriate nicknameJustin Williams is known as Mr. Game 7 and for good reason. The veteran, who was named a finalist for the Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award on Wednesday, came into the game having played in eight Game 7s in his illustrious career. His teams were 7-1 in those games.His teams are now 8-1 as Williams assisted on the game-winning goal in double-overtime to give the Canes a matchup with the Islanders in the Eastern Conference semifinals starting Friday.Williams and the Canes outshot the Capitals 17-6 in overtime.2. Hurricanes ditch the narrativeThe Hurricanes had not been good on the penalty kill this series.Coming into Game 7, Carolina was 6 for 21 on the kill, allowing scores on nearly 29% of all chances after they surrendered goals on less than 19% during the season.But, in Game 7, the Hurricanes were 3 for 3 on the kill and scored a goal shorthanded, as well, as Sebastian Aho found the back of the net in the second period.SEBASTIAN AHO SLAMS HOME HIS OWN REBOUND!#ALLCAPS 2 – 1 #TakeWarning(Series Tied 3-3, Game 7)— Hockey Daily #StickTogether (@HockeyDaily365) April 25, 20193. Third period monstersThe Hurricanes dominated the third period throughout this series and they did it once again in Game 7 as they scored two goals in the first 10 minutes to erase a 3-1 deficit.We have ourselves a tie game in game 7. Jordan Staal with a snipe down the right wing. 3-3 game in the third period.— Brett Finger (@brett_finger) April 25, 2019If you were watching this series this came as no surprise to you. Half of the Hurricanes’ first 20 goals in the series came in the third period of the seven games. The Hurricanes are heading back to the second round of the playoffs after a dramatic, 4-3 double-overtime victory over the Capitals on Wednesday.And there is no way this win happens without Brock McGinn. First, the 25-year-old forward made a ridiculous stop in the closing minutes of the third period to practically force overtime.Then he followed that up with the game-winning goal off of a beautiful pass from Justin Williams. Related News NHL playoffs 2019: Knights call key penalty ‘a f—ing joke’ after Game 7 OT Sharks win That means the team scored 10 goals in the final 20 minutes of all the games and it was easy to see why in Game 7, as nine of the first 11 shots on goal in the period came off the sticks of Carolina players.Carolina dictated the pace of the game and were heavy on the forecheck throughout the final 20 minutes. It’s no wonder this team was so good in the third period.last_img read more