Krkobabic: 500,000 dinars each for the Miholja meetings

The villages in Serbia that are participating in the manifestation “Miholjski susreti sela” will receive up to 500,000 dinars this year, said today the Minister for the care of the village Milan Krkobabic, and his Cabinet announced.
Today, the Ministry of Village Care announced a competition for the award of non-refundable funds for this one-day or multi-day event that can be held in all populated villages in the territory of Serbia, outside city, municipal seats and suburbs.

The applicants for the public competition are the units of local self-government in Serbia, which design the program, duration and place of the manifestation “Miholjski susreti sela”.

It is planned that the manifestations will be held from June 28 to December 1, 2022.

A total of 43 million dinars has been allocated for this program in the budget of Serbia, and the maximum amount that is approved per one application is 500,000 dinars. The competition lasts until April 29, 2022.

In 2021, 30.5 million dinars were set aside for this program, and 68 local self-government units received funds for holding this event in their villages.

As many as 961 villages, as stated in the announcement, competed and socialized in various disciplines, and the number of about 100,000 participants and visitors testifies to the extent to which this event received an extremely positive reception.

Activities, in which the population of the village from the territory of one local self-government unit participates, can be in the field of dramatic arts, literature, literary skills and other arts (singing, recitation, acting, painting, etc.), sports competitions, promotion of preservation and improvement of old crafts and cultural and artistic heritage, making works of art and handicrafts, as well as other activities in which the villagers can show their knowledge and skills and compete in them.

The goal, as it was pointed out, is to enrich the social and sports life of the inhabitants in the villages, to nurture the traditional way of life and the cultural and historical heritage.

By Editor

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