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Next Supplementary Budget € 102 million due to COVID-19 and Ukrainian HOME • INSIDER € 102 million due to COVID-19 and …
An additional budget of 102 million euros, or 0.4% of GDP, on measures against the covid-19 pandemic but also on the war in Ukraine, was presented to the Parliamentary Committee on Finance on Monday, due to measures on Covid-19 and the war in Ukraine. , with the President of the Commission Christiana Erotokritou asking for the end of the controls and tests in relation to the pandemic as the other European countries have done so that the Cypriot taxpayer is not burdened.
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Of the 102 million euros, according to the supplementary budget bill submitted by the Ministry of Finance and requested to be voted on before June 15, 71.5 million euros relate to additional appropriations due to the continuation of the coronavirus pandemic and the extension implementation of a series of measures to deal with the pandemic, as well as appropriations of 31.5 million euros due to the situation that has been created since the beginning of the war.
The distribution of appropriations amounting to 71.5 million euros concerns € 53.0 million for measures of the Ministry of Health, € 0.7 million for needs of implementation of measures at airports, € 0.52 million sponsorship to the School Ephorates for disinfection costs school premises due to covid-19 cases and costs of using the multipurpose rooms where rapid antigen detection tests are performed, operating costs and electricity consumption, € 0.57 million for the purchase of services of the Public Remote Service Center for the provision of information concerning the & nbsp covid -19 and € 0.89 million compensation to the Cheesemakers due to the restrictive measures imposed in the catering sector in Cyprus and abroad, due to the pandemic and affected the consumption of cheese products.
In addition, an amount of € 5.7 million is requested for support to the airlines, the continuation of the implementation of the Air Transport Connectivity and Development Incentive Plan for the period July – December 2021 was approved, and € 10 million for other extraordinary expenses that may arise and depend on the outcome of the pandemic in the second quarter of 2022, including the cost of hosting patients who tested positive for coronavirus, as well as the implementation of the “Granted Vacation Program” for permanent residents in the Republic.
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Furthermore, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs states that due to the situation created since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, the following emergencies have arisen, for which does not include appropriations in the state budget:
Amount of € 18 million to increase the retention period of barley and corn stocks for an additional period of 30 days and the purchase of stocks and their management for one year.
Amount of € 5 million for hospitality and general support of Ukrainian refugees, in the context of relevant A.H.S., and
Amount of € 7.6 million due to excessive increase in feed and basic prices due to the war in Ukraine for support of sheep and goats with an amount of € 5.0 million, for support of cow breeders with an amount of € 1.2 million, for support of pig farmers with € 1.26 million and for storage of pork with amount € 0.15 million.
YPOIK notes that in the Budget of 2022, credits amounting to € 30 million and € 51.4 million are included, for dealing with emergencies.
Asked by the Chair of the Committee Christiana Erotokritou when will the Cypriot citizen stop pays more than the Covid-19 pandemic from other European countries (such as strict airport controls), a spokeswoman for the Ministry of Health said, adding that controls had stopped and some sampling checks remained in May. p>
He also said that some controls remain in vulnerable groups and in closed structures, while he noted that for all these suggestions are made by the Advisory Committee and the Minister of Health decides.
“Why should the Cypriot citizen pay the control of vaccination certificates at the airport gate “, asked Ms. Erotokritou, who stated that during her recent arrival in Cyprus from abroad, she was checked for a vaccination certificate.
In addition, it was reported that the amount for Covid-19 vaccines amounts to 10.5 million euros and for medicines to 12 million euros, while he noted that 10.5 million euros concern receipts that have existed since the beginning of 2022, while for medicines the amount refers to orders for medicines that have been placed or for medicines that have already been received. & nbsp;
In statements after the meeting, the Chair of the Committee Christiana Erotokritou, after noting that the Government demands in the supplementary budget 53 million euros for the controls in relation to the pandemic and 22.5 million euros for the purchase of medicines and vaccines, said that “Compared to other European countries, Cyprus applies much stricter and more regular checks and tests that are not free and are paid for by the taxpayer”, adding that the view expressed within the Commission is that “this should finally be reduced or eliminated amount other than that required to monitor the situation of vulnerable groups “. “It is time for the Cypriot taxpayer to stop paying this exorbitant amount for molecular tests and for the pandemic”, he added.
In a remark that within the EU referring to a party, Ms. Erotokritou said that it is self-evident what this phrase means and there is no need for further explanation and added “o noo noeto”.