0

Example of confirmation of accommodation reservation proving entry into the Republic of Croatia for tourist purposes

first_imgThe Ministry of Tourism has published an example of confirmation of accommodation reservation / charter services / etc. proving entry into the Republic of Croatia for tourist purposes. Name and surname of the owner of the accommodation service provider / company name:(Name and surname of the owner of accommodation / company)Object / company address:(Address of the accommodation / company)Type of service: (example – accommodation service)(Type of service):Service and recipient information:Name and surname of the customer of the service:(Name and Surname of the buyer of service)Number of people for whom the service was purchased: (example- 4)(Number of persons for whom the service is purchesed)Period for which the service was purchased (date from / to): (example – 01.06.2020 – 15.06.2020.)(Period for which the service is purchased (date from / to))  Although it seems like unnecessary information, people in practice often wander around and don’t know what a booking confirmation should look like. We now have an official confirmation of the layout of the form, ie what it must consist of, to which we must add our data or memorandum. Provider information: Therefore, the booking confirmation should contain the following information: Attachment: Example of confirmation of accommodation reservation / charter services / etc. which proves entry into the Republic of Croatia for tourist purposes The booking confirmation can be printed in the form of a document or e-mail, and the guest must have it when entering the Republic of Croatia and show it at the border crossing. last_img read more

0

Update on the latest sports

first_img Associated Press Popov, who went into the final round with a three-shot lead, bounced back from bogeying the first hole by making five birdies in her 3-under 68. Jasmine Suwannapura was the runner-up after shooting 67.It completed one of the most unlikely wins in the tournament’s history. Popov is ranked No. 304 and dropped off the LPGA Tour last year. She hadn’t previously won on the LPGA Tour, the second-tier Symetra Tour or on the Ladies European Tour.The winner’s check of $675,000 is more than six times her entire career earnings before Sunday.ATP-WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPENDjokovic out of doubles, citing neck, at Western & Southern NEW YORK (AP) — Novak Djokovic (NOH’-vak JOH’-kuh-vich) pulled out of the doubles event at the Western & Southern Open on Sunday, citing neck pain.Djokovic remained in the singles draw, where he is seeded No. 1 and is scheduled to play his second-round match Monday. He received a first-round bye.The Western & Southern Open is the first ATP tournament since the tour went on hiatus in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. It normally is played in Ohio but is being held this year on the same hard courts that will host the U.S. Open starting Aug. 31 as part of an unusual doubleheader. — The Detroit Lions have signed defensive end Will Clarke, adding much-needed depth at the position. He joined the team for practice on Sunday. Clarke has seven career sacks in 53 NFL games. The Lions released guard Caleb Benenoch to clear a spot on the roster. Cincinnati drafted Clarke in the third round in 2014. Clarke spent his first three seasons in the league with the Bengals. He played in 18 games with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2017 to 2018. Clarke played for the St. Louis BattleHawks in the XFL last year.MLB-GIANTS-PENCEGiants designate Pence for assignment, get Rays’ RobertsonSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The San Francisco Giants cut ties with outfielder Hunter Pence on Sunday, ending a second stint with the fan favorite that didn’t go nearly as well as his first.The 37-year-old was designated for assignment to clear a spot on the 40-man roster for utility man Daniel Robertson, who was acquired earlier in the day from the Tampa Bay Rays for cash or a player to be named later. General manager Brian MacLellan announced the move Sunday, three days after the Capitals lost to former coach Barry Trotz’s New York Islanders in a five-game series.Washington opted to promote Reirden from the top assistant job and let Trotz leave rather than give him a raise after winning the Stanley Cup in 2018. Trotz’s Islanders reached the second round of the postseason for a second consecutive season. The Capitals failed to advance past the first in back-to-back years for the first time since 2013 and 2014.The Capitals are still considered championship contenders, and captain Alex Ovechkin has one year remaining on his contract.Reirden was another first-time NHL head coach hired during the Ovechkin era. Trotz was the only one with previous experience and the only coach to get Washington past the second round, let alone win the Cup. The Jets canceled a walk-through on Saturday night but had a full practice Sunday morning after the previously positive tests came back negative. The Bears moved their practice scheduled for Sunday morning to the afternoon.The Steelers said they had six false positives and those players will be back at practice Monday. The Eagles held out four players from working out Sunday. The Browns called off their workout.In other NFL news:— The Baltimore Ravens have terminated the contract of seven-time Pro Bowl safety Earl Thomas, who got involved in a fight with a teammate Friday and did not attend practice Saturday. According to a statement released today by the team, Thomas was released “for personal conduct that adversely affected the Baltimore Ravens.” The action stems from Thomas’ fray with defensive back Chuck Clark at practice after Thomas admittedly blew a coverage assignment. — Washington released Cody Latimer on Sunday amid his legal issues before he practiced a single snap with the team. The veteran wide receiver signed a contract with Washington during the offseason. He was arrested in May and charged with a felony count of illegal discharge of a firearm. He also faces charges of second-degree assault, menacing, prohibited use of a weapon and reckless endangerment. He was also released after posting bond. The 27-year-old was put on the NFL’s Commissioner Exempt List last month. August 23, 2020 Pence was a fiery emotional leader for the Giants from 2012-2018, helping anchor teams that won the World Series in 2012 and 2014. After making the All-Star team with Texas last season, he returned to San Francisco in February on a one-year, $3 million contract but hit just .096 with two homers and six RBI in 17 games.Robertson will report to the Giants’ alternate training site in Sacramento. The team also reinstated reliever Sam Coonrod from the 10-day injured list.WOMEN’S BRITISH OPEN304th-ranked Popov wins Women’s British Open for 1st majorTROON, Scotland (AP) — Sophia Popov became the first female golfer from Germany to capture a major title when she won the Women’s British Open by two strokes at Royal Troon on Sunday. Update on the latest sports Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNHL-CAPITALS-REIRDEN FIREDCapitals fire coach Todd Reirden after 2 postseason letdownsWASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Capitals have fired coach Todd Reirden after a second consecutive first-round exit in the playoffs. NFL-NEWSNFL asks lab to check reliability of its COVID-19 testsUNDATED (AP) — The NFL has asked a New Jersey lab to investigate a new batch of COVID-19 test results amid reports from several teams of false positives. The league didn’t identify which teams got positive results, or how many there were. Among teams reporting false positives, the Minnesota Vikings said they had 12, the New York Jets 10 and the Chicago Bears nine. Other teams that were affected are the Buffalo Bills, Pittsburgh Steelers, Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Browns. The NFL asked the New Jersey lab BioReference to investigate the results “while the clubs work to confirm or rule out the positive tests.” last_img read more

0

Valley sites to house homeless

first_imgMayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced plans Monday to spend a record $137 million to build six affordable-housing projects in the east San Fernando Valley and 15 more citywide, but said the city needs a permanent source of funding to solve its homeless problem. The plan calls for spending $82.8 million on 1,222 units in 21 below-market housing projects and $54.1 million on 274 “supportive” housing units, which feature counseling, job training and drug rehabilitation for homeless individuals and families. Because the federal government provided some of the money, applicants will have to prove they are U.S. citizens. “This is a drop in the bucket compared to what we need,” Villaraigosa said at a news conference at an affordable-housing project in Echo Park. “We have 44,000 homeless people in the city of Los Angeles, 88,000 in the county, while we have more than 260,000 millionaires in this city. We have the wealth. The city, the state and the federal government have the money. All we need is the will to deal with this.” The Affordable Housing Task Force developed the list of projects, which will be considered today by the council’s Housing, Community and Economic Development Committee. The mayor said he was able to provide $100 million to the trust fund – and is looking for another $100 million this year – by getting money from the Department of Water and Power, Community Redevelopment Agency, Los Angeles Housing Authority and other departments. “It’s time to put this money to use,” said Villaraigosa, estimating that the money has leveraged more than $1 billion from the state and federal government, as well as private investors. “But we cannot continue to pay for it like we have, borrowing from other agencies. We need to find a permanent source of funding.” He said the city should look at reviving the $1 billion bond proposal that received 62 percent of the vote in November, about 4 percent below what was needed for approval. “Some people say we will never get beyond that number,” he said. “But I think if you look at who votes for these things, it’s Democrats, and we need to have this on an election where they turn out – either the presidential primary or general election.” The mayor pointed to the Echo Park project as a model, and he said he hopes new projects will be able to help eliminate chronic homelessness in Los Angeles. Among the residents of the Echo Park building is Justine Thomas, who suffers from heart disease and cares for a grandmother with Alzheimer’s. “I can’t tell you how good it is to know you have some hope, that you don’t have to live on the streets,” she said. “If it wasn’t for this, I don’t know what we would have done.” Stories of people such as Thomas and their quest for affordable housing are often difficult ones for city officials, Councilman Ed Reyes said. “The fact is people don’t want this kind of housing in their neighborhoods,” he said. “If we are going to address this problem, we have to do it on a citywide basis.” rick.orlov@dailynews.com (213) 978-0390160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

0

Soy Growers Urge Unions and Ports to Avoid Future Trade Disruptions

first_imgThe American Soybean Association (ASA) and over 100 organizations representing manufacturers, farmers and agribusinesses, wholesalers, retailers, importers, exporters, distributors, transportation and logistics providers and other supply chain stakeholders sent a letter urging the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) to begin early discussions on a new contract and avoid the disruptions that occurred during the 2014 contract negotiations. The last labor dispute led to major disruptions at West Coast ports, damaged trade and created ripple effects throughout the country. A full copy of the letter can be viewed here.last_img read more