According to TASS, he wrote about this on his Twitter page.
“The state will pay entrepreneurs and employees of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises 60% of the minimum wage for July and August, we will postpone the payment of taxes and contributions for another month and launch a new project“ My first salary ”,” he said.
At the same time, Vucic's website states that the head of Serbia noted that a delay in tax payments for at least a month will cost the state about € 300 million.
Earlier, the Assistant Secretary of the Russian Security Council, Alexander Abelin, assessed the country's readiness for the COVID-19 pandemic from an economic point of view.
In June, independent financial and economic expert Alexander Trifonov, in an interview with FBA "Economics Segodnya", commented on measures to support business in Russia.