Turning freely, the roaming to the Western Balkan countries is cheaper by 99 percent

Citizens from today on every trip to the countries of the region (Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Albania) will be able to use the internet, send SMS, call and receive calls at prices lower than 99 percent,

- This will specifically mean that citizens will be able to make calls to the countries of the Western Balkans, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania and Kosovo at a price of 5.4 MKD per minute including VAT. So far, the average price was 75, 4 denars. They will be able to receive calls at a price of 2.9 denars per minute.

The current price was 30.2 MKD. They will be able to send SMS at the price of 2.6 denars. The current price was on average 16.1 denars. They will be able to use the Internet at a price of 1.9 denars per megabyte. The current price is 257,4 denars. The prices are linear and are valid for all countries and operators with VAT included.

The decline in prices for Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina for outgoing calls is 68.58%, for incoming calls 31.67%, for SMS 71.40% and for internet 89.40%, while for Albania and Kosovo the drop the price in all segments is about 93 percent.

At the same time, they inform that on July 1, 2021, roaming will be fully implemented from home.

Talks have already begun on this, but at the same time, negotiations with the European Union will begin in 2021, since the problem should first be solved in the Western Balkans.
Currently, with different countries of the European Union, prices are different.

Bulgaria: The Roma voluntarily renewed the children's hospital

In the city of Serdades in Bulgaria, the Protestant church has been active for many years, helping minorities to facilitate integration into society. The church is very active, where the city itself very rarely invests in the use of similar projects, and also the activities of the NGO sector are very limited.

In fact, in Serdethes in the southeast of Bulgaria, about 20 Roma for days worked to restore the separations in the Children's Hospital by purchasing material from their own funds. They are all part of the Protestant community of this city. Jordan Atanasov, pastor, said how this idea was born.

- In late May, my acquaintance, a nurse called me and told me that the main doctor would like to talk to me. He asked me to find young members of our church to help with tiling tiles in one of the rooms in the children's department.

However, the hospital was in a very poor condition, so I decided to call myself several more men and women from our church who accepted the work and made the decision that they want to help in its renewal - say pastor Atanasov.

Professor at the University of New York, Alon Ben Meir: Discrimination against Roma is a shame for Europe!

- Overall, hatred and contempt for Roma in the Balkans and Europe are unfortunately embedded in the psyche and cultural orientation.

In this way it can be explained how it is possible when a Roma woman is attacked on the street, a group of young people stand by and sit down without coming to help - says professor from New York University Alon Ben Meir explaining the overwhelming attack on a Roma woman in Kosovo in the middle of the street.

Most wonder why European valdis do not take the necessary measures to stop this form of action, deliberately in those countries that have aspirations to join the EU.

- Although European countries have banned discrimination against the Roma community, this population still faces major obstacles to education, health and employment inability - says Ben Meir, published on the Value Walk portal.


Within the framework of the IRU Parliament Third Scientific Symposium on the Holocaust - Theme: "The Roma Holocaust - the Horror and the Truth about the Roma Ghettos"

About 1, 2 million Roma were liquidated during the Second World War in the Roma Holocaust.

Germany even in 1982 recognized the Holocaust on the Roma and in fact still feel those consequences.

Suffering and pain are still fresh wounds on the body of the world, despite the survival of the Holocaust Roma still feel that persecution.

Exactly at the Third Scientific Symposium "Roma Holocaust - The Horror and Truth of the Roma Ghettos", within the activities of the IRU, a parliamentary session on this subject will be spoken by recognized experts and experts in this field.

Through their speeches, their experiences will be shared by: Dr Rajko Djuric - R. Serbia,
Rutko Kavcinski - R.Germany, Nadezhda Demeter - Russian Federation, Igor Cvetkovski - IOM - Switzerland, Bari Fischer - USA, Dr. Frank Reinhagen - R.Germany and others.

Most emphasis will be on the basis that there were also ghettos where Roma lived, who were forced to work to feed themselves. The emphasis will be placed on the ghetto of the former territory of Yugoslavia, and thus analogously recognize the suffering of these Roma from that territory, which recently the German court denied this information and evidence


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