Ministry denies reports on non-allocation of funds to non-profit media

The Culture Ministry on Wednesday dismissed as untrue media reports that claimed that Minister Zlatko Hasanbegovic would deprive non-profit media outlets of money secured in EU funds, explaining that public calls for applying for those funds would be implemented in 2017 due to their complexity.

The ministry is preparing the advertisement of several programmes within the Operational Programme Efficient Human Resources 2014-2020 and has elaborated an indicative annual plan.

Bearing in mind that the programme on the development of community media is more complex than other programmes prepared by the ministry, the Call for that programme is envisaged to be announced in 2017, according to the explanation provided by the ministry,

Last update: Wed, 06/04/2016 - 21:05
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