Mali: This is where Serbians can sign up for 100 euro coronavirus assistance today
Apart from being economic, this is also a psychological measure
"Some very nice and important news - all citizens will starting today be able to apply online to receive assistance in the amount of 100 euros. I invite them on this occasion to apply," says Minister of Finance Sinisa Mali.
As he explained this can be done via a website, idp.trezor.gov.rs. This morning at 6 o'clock online registrations opened for citizens.
Mali also told RTS that about 60 billion dinars are planned from the budget for this measure.
All adult citizens of the Republic of Serbia, who on the day the decree on this measure entered into force had an active residence in the territory of Serbia and a valid ID card, are eligible. The measure is meant to help mitigate the consequences of the coronavirus epidemic.
Pensioners will receive their money automatically in their accounts, other adult citizens will have to register, either online or by phone.
"The call center will start working on Friday the 15, and the phone number will be published in the media," the minister stated and added that the payment of 100 euros for pensioners and those receiving welfare will start on Friday.
The registration is open until June 5, and the payments will be taking place successively, once each five days.
Mali pointed out that this measure will affect consumption, and further the development of the economy. Apart from being economic, this is, he added, a psychological measure.
"We want to share a dose of optimism, to move forward. This is a chance and an opportunity to move forward as soon as possible," said Mali.
Video: Applying for assistance worth 100 euros begins
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