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BANJALUKA, MARCH 26 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković says that at today's parliamentary session in Banjaluka, several decisions were made to overcome the crisis in the economy caused by the outbreak of coronavirus in Srpska, including the payment of 50 percent of benefits to personal remuneration of Government members for March on the account of the Srpska Solidarity.


Višković said that the Government had made a decision to temporarily defer payment of tax liabilities until June 30, namely those based on last year's corporate income tax and all benefits arising from the entrepreneur’s balance sheet.

"Business entities seeking relief must submit a written statement to the Tax Administration in order to obtain approval from it," Višković said in a public address after today's parliamentary session.

When it comes to Srpska IRB’s placements towards Srpska business entities and due installments for April, May and June, Višković said it would be extended until June 30.

"It is about IRB's direct placements until 2015, but also the funds that went through commercial banks," Višković said.

He said half of personal remuneration benefits of the Government members for March will be paid onto the account of the Srpska Solidarity Fund.

In Republika Srpska, 121 persons are positive for new coronavirus so far, 81 of whom are in Banjaluka. /end/vos