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Schengen visa holders can stay in Germany until September 30 and look for work

"Schengen work permit holders who were stranded in Germany in March due to a coronavirus epidemic and were unable to return to their home country due to limited travel are entitled to stay in Germany until September 30." Due to the COVID pandemic "19, this rulebook regulates the extension of temporary residence," the rulebook reads.

The decree applies to all foreigners who found themselves on the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany on March 17, 2020 with a valid Schengen visa or entered after March 17, 2020 and remained in Germany until June 30.

To facilitate their stay, all those who have a valid Schengen visa can apply for a job for which they are entitled.

"Foreign nationals who are exempted from the application for a residence permit under paragraph 1 can work until September 30, 2020 because their Schengen visa is entitled to it.

 

Link: https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/news/de/inhaber-eines-schengen-visums-durfen-bis-zum-30-september-in-deutschland-bleiben-und-eine-beschaftigung-suchen/?fbclid=IwAR20ENe0WdzF1D7gR7zPb40Wqyh2Z5itzG99RHbmliXwCRnV6hfVSifbuNY

The 15th in a row "Roma Trumpet Fest" will be held on August 27

According to the announcements of the organizer of this already traditional festival "Roma Trumpet Fest" Samet Salievski, it will be held on August 27 starting at 19:00.

Like every year, this location is the square of the city of Kumanovo.

In addition to the participation of young and promising tin orchestras from the country and the region, according to the organizer, several special guests have been announced that night.

According to previous announcements, the Kocani Orchestra, Uska Kan Kanturov Orchestra, Kemi Asanov Orchestra, Nukish Band, as well as the world-famous Djambo Agushev Orchestra will take part as special guests that evening.

Germany wants to improve the situation of Sinti and Roma in the EU

During its presidency of the Council of the EU, Germany wants to work to improve the situation of Sinti and Roma in Europe, which is precarious in many places. "For Germany, this is a central issue on the agenda of the Council presidency," said Michael Roth (SPD), the European foreign minister at the AFP news agency.

Roth regrets that Sinti and Roma "continued to suffer from exclusion, discrimination and oppression." In the autumn, the German Presidency of the Council, together with the Commission, will present a new strategy for better integration of the minority.

"When dealing with a minority of around 6 million people, Europe must be measured by its own values," Roth warned in an interview with AFP. a test for our community of laws and values. "

The first strategy was developed 10 years ago

 

Link: https://www.stol.it/artikel/politik/deutschland-will-lage-von-sinti-und-roma-in-eu-verbessern?fbclid=IwAR3QUKDz6D6hlTjUr60fYbZztR_QtT3DmX7Fdeqlpndt4w6Sye-RKeSA2JY

Roma life in the countryside: Uncertainty, hard work and full of hope

Nihad Fafulovi е is one of the many people who lead a life that is often taken as an example when describing the life of the Roma - survival from day to day.

Nihad is the father of ten children. They live in the village of Gornji Papartnici near Kakanj in Bosnia. Exclusively with their work where the whole family participates, from the youngest Aydina who is 6 years old to her father Nihad, everyone is engaged to be able to provide basic and only food for life.

- I do this village work I have never worked in any company. I was also registered with the employment agency and they always said "we will call you, wait" - says Nihad. In this village they are one of the two Roma families living in very inhumane conditions. Nihad and his family live in his grandfather's house, which began construction in the 1990s and is still unfinished.

- I work with a horse in a primitive way. People have tractors, machines, and I do it all with a horse. Sometimes some of the villagers will call me and my horse to dig rows for planting potatoes and I do that when I have to.

 Nihad also served 6 months in prison in Busovaca for illegal logging, which he did to feed his family.

  The mother and his minor children were left without a breadwinner when he went to prison, and the modest child allowance did not meet the needs of this poor family in the slightest. He kept the food he received in prison and carried it on weekends when he came home to feed his children.

 

Link: http://www.portal-udar.net/zivot-roma-na-selu-neizvjesnost-ocekivanja-tezak-rad-i-puno-nade/

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