Croatian ministry approves financial support for freelance artists for January

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Croatia's Culture Ministry has approved financial support for freelance artists to help them cope with the circumstances caused by the coronavirus pandemic and grants for January will be paid into their accounts by February 15, news agency HINA reports.

Of 870 applications for grants in the amount of HRK 4,000 (EUR 533) per artist, the ministry has approved 847. The freelance artists in question have their contributions paid from the state budget.

The ministry also said that a new decision on financial support for freelance artists for February would be made depending on the state's financial capacity.

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