3) Vouchers – measures to encourage Croatian tourist spending, for the next season, vouchers, for example, as Slovenia has done. Eg. voucher for free toll for the trip to Dalmatia and back if you have paid accommodation, 50% discount on the ferry and the like. Long-term measures: 2) Funds for recovery and resilience – we suggest that part of the funds go as a grant, and part should certainly be allocated for investments 5) Abolition of 3% consumption tax for caterers and recognition of the cost of representation in 100%, with non-taxable so-called. tip for employees, with a maximum account increase of up to 10%. 4) Abolition of mandatory membership fees in the CNTB – financing primarily from sojourn taxes and reduction of the number of tourist unions and abolition of those that have no purpose. 1) Legal solution or regulation related to the moratorium on loans and leasing to all activities related to tourism – mandatory approval of the moratorium for 12 months (with an additional 6 months for the most vulnerable companies) to all clients who on 31.12.2019. were regular clients, with an interest collection model for the moratorium period that will be adequately divided into three parts – clients, leasing companies and the state. Photo: Pixabay.com Current measures: 2) Extension of measures for “preservation of jobs” – participation in the net salary, with the write-off of payroll taxes, for all whose business can not be opened for objective reasons or has a decline of more than 60%, caused by the COVID 19 crisis. It is necessary to keep in mind activities that according to the NCEA do not belong to the tourism sector, and depend almost exclusively on tourism, such as the event industry, destination retail, rent a car industry and the like. Following the meetings of the UGP at the Ministry of Tourism and Sports with Minister Nikolina Brnjac with other tourism workers, it was agreed that each of the Associations submit initial proposals (short-term and long-term, feasible and concise) and the Voice of Entrepreneurs Association submitted current and long-term measures to the Ministry of Tourism. . 3) Enable online payment by CROcard – this is not possible at the moment, and thus an entire sector of online travel agencies is thrown out of the market system, as well as micro-entrepreneurs, ie small renters. 1) Reduction of VAT on all branches of tourism – hotels, restaurants, travel agencies, charters, rent-a-car, carriers, seasonal craftsmen, event industry, etc. at a single rate of 10% 4) Division of Croatia into Covid – 19 regions – not all regions are equally affected by the corona virus and we believe that it is necessary to divide Croatia into zones. It is necessary to separate heavily infected areas from parts that can live normally, of course with all the prescribed precautions.