The text of the decision is available at connectors. The above decision the working hours of catering facilities from the category of “bars” are limited, such as night clubs, night bars, disco bars, coffee bars, etc., which are allowed to work for a maximum of 24 hours.The deadline for the application of this measure is extended until October 7, 2020. Considering the development of the epidemiological situation and the conducted analysis of the manner of spreading the COVID-19 disease, the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia passed a Decision on the necessary measure of limiting the working hours of catering facilities.
Swedish pension investors must increase their focus on climate and ethical investment issues or face new regulation, a governing party’s environment spokesman has said.Johan Hultberg, MP in prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt’s conservative Nya Moderaterna party but not a government minister, told IPE that the financial sector had recently shown increasing commitment to issues of sustainability, but that more work was needed.“I believe that we will see more action from pension funds and other investors as a result of increasing pressure from customers and the public,” he said.“An increase in voluntary consideration of environmental, climate and ethical aspects is preferred but greater political control can’t be ruled out.” The MP’s comments come after he co-authored an article in a Swedish national newspaper with financial markets minister Peter Norman, a former head of AP7, which called on the industry and the state’s buffer funds to be more proactive.The article stressed that there was no contradiction between being a socially responsible investor and building a portfolio aimed at achieving long-term returns.Hultberg went on to repeat the article’s praise for Sweden’s AP funds, but said that the system, with over SEK1trn (€108bn) in assets, still had large holdings that were “dubious from an environmental or ethical standpoint”.“I believe that greater transparency of the AP Funds will lead to an increased public pressure to invest sustainably,” he said. “We’ll also need to have a political discussion around the possible need to tighten up the guidelines for the AP funds.”Arne Lööw, head of corporate governance at AP4 and chair of the buffer fund’s Ethical Council, stressed that considering the sustainability of its portfolio was not new for the buffer fund.“It is an important question and the different AP funds have been and are working to address it in different ways,” he said.Lööw pointed to the work undertaken by the various AP funds over the years, such as highlighting the carbon footprint of investments, which AP2 published in its annual report from 2009.AP4, meanwhile, has sought to contrast the performance of its tailored low-carbon equity portfolio with that of more mainstream benchmarks.At the end of 2013, the fund had around 7% of its global equity holdings committed to greenhouse gas-efficient investments.
Asked about why he was successful with Mouscron, Awoniyi told Tribalfootball.com: “Of course I played more games and got the chance I deserved. I had a great time in Mouscron. “Football is about your presence being felt and making good use of the chances that come your way and I think I had both while at Mouscron last season.” Some took it as a surprise that Awoniyi moved on from Belgium after his successful time in the Jupiler Premier League, instead of moving to Bundesliga side Mainz on loan last summer. And Awoniyi says it was a decision made between himself and Liverpool to take another step in his young career. read also:Bundesliga: Awoniyi rules self out of Dortmund clash “I had two years in Belgium which were great seasons for me and there are lots of reasons why I chose to leave, but Mouscron will always be a club that I respect a lot. “Leaving for me had always been the plan between me, Liverpool and my agent to fulfil my goals and targets, as I continue to develop my football.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Liverpool loanee, Taiwo Awoniyi, has said he needed to move on from Belgium after two consecutive seasons. The Nigerian has been unable to play for Liverpool since joining in 2015 due to his work-permit ineligibility. He was sent out on loan to FSV Frankfurt and NEC in the Netherlands before arriving in Belgium with Royal Excel Mouscron. It was with Les Hurlus where the physical striker established himself as a senior footballer at the age of just 20, scoring ten goals in his first spell with the club. Awoniyi’s next spell at Gent wasn’t as prolific, having scored 3 times in 21 outings, and the loan was cut short in January 2019. The 22-year-old then re-joined Mouscron and immediately regained his goalscoring touch, bagging himself 11 goals in 16 appearances.Advertisement Loading…
Everything is arranged, Mehmed Alispahić who plays occasionally for the national team of B&H is from today the new member of the FC Sarajevo.The official presentation was held today at 16:00 o’clock at the premises of the FC Sarajevo. Alispahić so far played for Iskra, Šibenik, Dinamo and Rijeka.(Source: Radio Sarajevo)