The Ministry of Tourism presented the project of digitalization of the tourist system “Croatian digital tourism – e – tourism“Which will fundamentally change the processes in tourism through five new public e-services and provide additional benefits to service providers and tourists.It is a project that aims, with the help of advanced technologies, to improve the tourism sector and improve communication between service providers and public administration in tourism, increase efficiency by shortening the time required to process requests, reduce public service costs and the possibility of errors in providing them. ultimately, to play a central role in promoting Croatian tourism.With the aim of faster, better and simpler business of stakeholders in tourism and public administration, the project Croatian Digital Tourism – e-tourism, brings five new public e-services that will be developed by the end of 2020, which will connect the procedures of several public administration bodies in the integrated state information system: Central Tourist Register, e-Visitor guest check-in and check-out system, platform croatia.hr te e – services of administrative and non-administrative procedures. With the Croatian Digital Tourism project, two already existing services, the guest check-in system e-Visitor and the croatia.hr platform, will be upgraded and further digitized, the Central Tourist Register will be created, and the existing administrative services of administrative and non-administrative procedures will come to life. online. The aim of the Central Tourist Register is to enable users to issue up-to-date information, certificates or excerpts on existing catering facilities, service providers in tourism and the system of tourist boards in one place. Furthermore, the new e-service Administrative procedures, procedures such as requests and issuing solutions for categorization, classification or, for example, recategorization of catering and tourist facilities, will be possible via the Internet, while the new e-service will make all Non-Administrative Procedures for Granting Aid for Development in Tourism available in one place and will enable filling in applications, authentication , insight into the status of request processing and obtaining a solution via the Internet.e-Tourism will thus facilitate numerous bureaucratic processes and reduce the time required for them, and will increase the transparency of public administration in tourism by providing up-to-date tourist information to citizens in the field of tourism.Cappelli: Croatia is a leader in tourism innovation”At the Ministry of Tourism, we are focused on new technologies, efficient connection of all stakeholders in tourism, product development and tourism promotion through modern communication channels. Therefore is a Croatian digital tourism project that will make the tourism system even more efficient and connected, our response to changes and market needs. With numerous benefits for tourism service providers and users themselves, this project also supports the effective implementation of tourism laws that are in the process of change and which will further contribute to the administrative relief of tourism stakeholders. It is a project that closes the year of digital transformation at the global level, as declared by the World Tourism Organization, and introduces Croatian tourism into a new, digital age and thus once again confirms that Croatia is not only one of the most popular tourist destinations, but also a leader in tourism innovation. ”He pointed out Minister of Tourism Gary Cappelli.EXPORT OF INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS / eVisitor wants to implement Japan, Italy, New Zealand, Algeria and BiHU The Croatian National Tourist Board is also involved in the implementation of the project as the holder of the development of public e-services: registration and deregistration of guests, as well as the provision of tourist information and the promotion of Croatian tourism through the croatia.hr platform. “Croatian digital tourism is an important and comprehensive project that will raise the entire Croatian tourist system to a higher level of efficiency. Our main goal will be to connect the entire system of tourist boards on the tourist information portal Croatia.hr, which will be available in ten language variants and which will offer users numerous services in one place. Also, through this project we will further improve our unique and award-winning eVisitor guest check-in and check-out system, for the implementation of which countries such as Japan, Italy, New Zealand, Algeria and BiH have expressed interest.”, Said the director of the CNTB, Kristjan Staničić.By the way, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has declared the eVisitor system the third best tourism innovation in the world, while the Split-Dalmatia County was the first in Croatia to present Study of reception capacities of tourism. The official partners of the project “Croatian digital tourism – e-tourism” are the Tourist Board of Split-Dalmatia County and the State Administration Office of Split-Dalmatia County. The entire project is supported by the European Union, ie co-financed is funded by the European Structural and Investment (ESI) Funds (85%) and brings a number of benefits that have been recognized in other countries. According to the Ministry of Tourism, in the context of sustainability, the implementation of the project will result in large financial savings in terms of cost reduction, which will be based on: 160.000 solutions issued to tourism service providers will save 460.000,00 HRK. Attachment: PRESENTATION Croatian digital tourism – e – tourismRELATED NEWS:EVISITOR SYSTEM THE THIRD BEST TOURIST INNOVATION IN THE WORLDSPLIT-DALMATIA COUNTY PRESENTS STUDY OF ACCEPTANCE CAPACITIES OF TOURISM
Under the anti-terrorism bill, persons who shall threaten to commit terrorism, and those who will propose any terroristic acts or incite others to commit terrorism shall suffer imprisonment of 12 years. “Kaya ang utos ko talaga sa Armed Forces, sa sundalo, upakan mo, upakan mo. Kasi ‘pag ikaw ang inabot,” the Chief Executive added. “‘Pag naano sa’kin, I endorse it to legal, without even reading it actually… It’s legal who will return it to me with the recommendation if I will approve it or not,” the Chief Executive added. Earlier in his public address, President Duterte have showed signs of him supporting the measure as he said that terrorism was the country’s top problem aside from the coronavirus disease 2019. “My legal (team) is still reviewing it… Hindi ko pa natanggap. I had it reviewed. It’s always automatic,” said Duterte during the address to the public on Monday evening. “Terrorism is number one on our list. Actually the number one threat to the country hindi Abu Sayyaf, hindi ‘yung mga terorista of no value. Itong high-value targets ito ‘yung mga komunista,” Duterte said. Militant and human rights groups, among others, fear that the Anti-Terrorism Act will be abused and used to go after critics of the government, while Commission on Human Rights called on the bill’s vague definition of terrorism. MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte said his legal team is currently reviewing the controversial Anti-Terrorism Bill. Suspected persons can be detained for 14 days without a warrant of arrest with an allowable 10-day extension. A 60-day surveillance on suspected terrorists can also be conducted by the police or the military, with an allowable 30-day extension./PN
The Hammers, who have lost their last three games, host a Southampton side that picked up their first win of the season last weekend.Slaven Bilic’s side also needed a 96th-minute winner to get past League Two Accrington in the League Cup in mid-week.But he says team spirit won’t have been harmed by that.