Bernard Zenzerović new director of the Association of Entrepreneurs in the Croatian Hotel Industry

first_imgHe previously worked as the head of the administration and investment office of Karisma Hotels Adriatic, where he came from the Ministry of Tourism from the position of Secretary of the Cabinet of the Minister.  The new director of the Professional Service of the Association of Croatian Hotel Entrepreneurs (UPUHH) is Bernard Zenzerović, decided the Executive Board of the Association.  During his career, he was also the President of the Supervisory Board of the Brijuni Riviera and a member of the Supervisory Board of the Croatian National Tourist Board. Zenzerović studied at world universities, such as Harvard and Cornell Universities, where he completed programs in the field of business management and hotel investments.  Prior to coming to this position, which he will take over on October 14, Zenzerović worked in the Millennium Promotion as the Executive Director of the Jadranka Group’s Strategic Management and Development System Development Project.  By the way, the current long-term director of UPUHHA, Ph.D. Iva Bahunek she was elected head of the Los Angeles branch of the Croatian National Tourist Board in the USA.last_img read more


The Ministry of Tourism has provided up to HRK 25 million for public tourism infrastructure

first_imgThe program will co-finance projects for the arrangement of sea and other beaches, the continuation of construction, extension, reconstruction or adaptation, and multimedia equipping of visitor centers and interpretation centers and public tourist infrastructure in the function of active tourism. The Ministry co-finances up to 80 percent, or up to 90 percent of the eligible / eligible costs of implementing an individual project. The maximum amount of co-financing will depend on the development index of local and regional self-government units – so I. and II. development group of regional self-government units and I., II., III. and IV. the group of development of local self-government units have the right to co-financing projects in the amount of up to 90 percent of eligible / eligible costs, and other groups up to 80 percent of eligible / eligible costs. “Sustainable tourism is based on quality management of all segments within the destination, not only tourist offers and products, but also tourist and other public infrastructure. That is why through this program we want to continuously encourage investment in creating a new attractive base and a more even spatial distribution of demand. So far, this Government has co-financed 267 projects with almost 90 million kuna through this program, and I believe that this year this program will prepare numerous projects that will increase the tourist attractiveness of destinations, and thus the competitiveness of all Croatian tourism., stressed Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli. For beach projects, the minimum amount of support is HRK 200.000,00, and the maximum is HRK 1.000.000,00. For co-financing the continuation of visitor centers and interpretation centers, the amount ranges from a minimum of HRK 100.000,00 to a maximum of HRK 1.000.000,00 of support. The Ministry of Tourism announced Public Call for submitting applications for the allocation of grants under the Program for the Development of Public Tourist Infrastructure in 2020, for which up to HRK 25 million has been provided for local and regional self-government units. The public call is open until May 1, 2020. The Ministry continues to co-finance the arrangement and marking of existing and new cycling, walking and riding routes, procurement and installation of service stations for bicycle repair, procurement and installation of bicycle / traffic counters and arrangement of cycling rest areas / lookouts on cycling routes. The funds are intended for regional self-government units – counties. The minimum amount of support is HRK 100.000,00, and the maximum is HRK 500.000,00 per project. Source: Ministry of TourismPhoto: Pixabaylast_img read more


EU funds have contributed to the arrangement of numerous educational trails

first_imgBy the way, Risnjak covers an area of ​​over 6.000 ha in the area of ​​Gorski kotar, and includes the Risnjak massif, Snježnik and the hydrogeomorphological monument of nature – the source of the river Kupa with its upper course. The spring of Kupa is an extremely attractive area and still an unsolved riddle because it is one of the deepest springs on Croatian soil. In the middle of 2018, a newly renovated pyramid was opened on Ivančica, the highest mountain in northwestern Croatia. Ivančica is a beautiful destination for pleasant walks from the gentle south sides of Budinščina, Zlatar and Lobor. The northern slope that descends into the valley of the river Bednja has a distinct mountainous character, it is steep and poorly branched. EU support can also be obtained by a natural person (citizen) who is registered in the Register of Forest Owners The public institution Priroda and the City of Vrbovsko applied for the tender from measure 8 of the Rural Development Program and established a tourist-educational trail along the Kamačnik stream with a total length of about 1.600 meters. The project created a pleasant and somewhat fairy-tale ambience for walkers. The themed trail has been enriched with educational panels, rest areas and a space intended for playing with wicker tunnels, and builds on existing themed and walking trails. Provision of services in tourism in the forest of forest owners The mentioned cultural and natural heritage creates a unique tourist potential, which is recognized as such by the local self-government unit. This is confirmed by the capital city project for the construction of the Mountaineering Museum, the only one of its kind in the country. The implementation of the project in question completes the century-old mountaineering story of Ivanec. The forerunner of the pyramid that is the subject of restoration in the project was built back in 1893 and was wooden, and the pyramid that was restored in its metal form dates from 1929. Otherwise, in addition to the request for support, the forest owner is obliged to enclose a conceptual investment plan which must be prepared by an authorized person of the appropriate profession, eg certified civil engineer, certified forestry engineer, certified landscape architect, etc. The objectives of this type of operation (8.5.2) are monitored, namely: to make the recreational, tourist and health benefits of forests more accessible to the rural and other population, and to contribute to raising public awareness of the importance of forest conservation and biodiversity. Near the settlement of Vrh, in a location known for its truffle habitats and in the vicinity of which the construction of a center for mushroom and truffle farming is planned, there is recently a 500 m long educational trail “Truffle Road”. You guessed it, the funds for the project came from the EU, and in the process the great credit goes to the LAG Northern Istria. “In June this year, the educational trail Put truffles was officially opened. A 500-meter-long promenade through the forest area above the valley of the river Mirna, otherwise a well-known habitat of the Istrian truffle, has been arranged. ”, we learn from the head of the LAG, Isabela Knežević. The trail aims to increase awareness of the importance of preserving this valuable mushroom, preserving its habitat and developing an additional tourist product that is associated with the rich eno-gastronomic offer of this area. Prior to this project, the musical-didactic Pan’s path was completed and presented to the visitors, where several instruments were set up: gong, bell with notes, xylophone, horn and stream organ. So if you haven’t already had a chance to hit the gong on the beautiful Kamačnik, it’s definitely time to do so! Without fear of meeting large carnivores, if you find yourself nearby, we recommend a walk through the spacious meadow Lazac, but also the Leska Educational Trail, which is considered the first such trail open in protected areas. Risnjak is a very accessible area for visitors, all attractions can be reached easily and without special preparations or equipment. NP Risnjak offers numerous promenades, but also new educational trails The restoration of the Ivanec and national symbol of mountaineering, more than 90 years old, was also carried out thanks to a grant from the Rural Development Program. The beneficiary of the support is the Croatian Mountaineering Association Ivančica Ivanec. The implementation took place on the top of the mountain Ivančica, at 1.061 m above sea level, in the area of ​​the ecological network. The importance of the project is manifested primarily in the preservation of the cultural heritage of the Ivanec region, which is inextricably linked with the largest and most beautiful natural potential – Mount Ivančica. Risnjak is a real forest kingdom and it was the dense forest communities that provided it with a ticket to enter the society of national parks, and now it is possible to enjoy educational trails there. Namely, JU NP Risnjak, which manages the park, applied for the tender from the Rural Development Program of the Republic of Croatia 2014-2020. to measure 8 for the project Educational trails in the Risnjak massif. The locations of the project are hiking trails from the administrative building in Bijela Vodica (Crni Lug) to the top of Risnjak and the trail from the entrance to Villa also to the top of Risnjak. Through four educational units, visitors can learn interesting facts about the flora and fauna of the canyon and the flow of the Kamačnik as well as the phenomenon of karst springs. The Kamačnik watercourse is over 3 km long, adorned with numerous cascades, rapids and smaller waterfalls. At several locations along the trail, panels have been set up describing the natural features of Kamačnik. There are also benches for relaxing and enjoying the landscape and the sounds of nature, and right next to the stream on the meadow there are didactic elements for play. An increasing number of urban residents are looking for peace and quiet to take a break from the accelerated pace of everyday life. Some will be happy to spend a holiday relaxing on the terrace of a holiday home in untouched nature, others will enjoy walks along landscaped promenades or educational trails. Those more active will look for something third though. The project was also supported by the Croatian Mountaineering Association, whose representatives attended the grand opening of the newly renovated pyramid on the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the HPD Ivančica Ivanec. The local cultural and artistic society magnified the opening ceremony of the pyramid by dancing and singing on a 10-meter-high building, from which the view extends all the way to the Kamnik and Julian Alps. The lookout is unparalleled in terms of view due to its central position in Zagorje, and you can see for yourself. Boots, backpack and way under your feet! Photo: JU Nature Educational trails and hiking trails along the Kamačnik Canyon Photo: NP Risnjak Questions and answers related to the mentioned operation can be found on the pages of the Rural Development Program (measure 8, sub-measure 8.5, operation 8.5.2 – Establishment and arrangement of educational trails, lookouts and other smaller infrastructure). The lowest value of the aid is € 5.000, and the highest is as much as € 100.000 with an aid intensity of up to 100% of the total eligible costs. Some of the realized projects are described below. For many, the Kamačnik Canyon is one of the most beautiful pearls of Gorski Kotar. It is also a place where, believe it or not, you will be able to cool off even in the hottest weather! Due to its gentle ascent, the promenade in the Kamačnik canyon is an ideal picnic spot for families, individuals of all ages and all lovers of preserved natural heritage. By investing in the arrangement of trails, setting up information and educational boards, setting up signposts and investing in rest areas and canopies, a higher level of education and dissemination of knowledge about forests, sustainable forest management and environmental protection has been achieved. The trail design project was designed by Ivan Juretić, B.Sc.Arch., Otherwise a mountaineer and naturalist. It was he who introduced the special look of the benches placed along the paths that are intended to be placed in the future. Source:: Blanka Kufner, blog Tourist stories The Rural Development Program of the Republic of Croatia for the period 2014-2020 provides the possibility of granting EU support to projects that enable the availability of recreational, tourist and health functions of forests for public purposes. The funds are intended for the construction of educational trails, small recreational facilities, shelters, lookouts, for setting up information boards, etc. Forest owners, forest owners’ associations, legal entities, associations and other entities working in the direction of nature and environmental protection are applying. Restored Ivanec pyramid with a view all the way to the Alps Vrh is a small place in the interior of Istria, known as the Istrian belvedere. From an altitude of almost 400 m on a clear day you can see the Alps on the border of Italy, Austria and Slovenia. There are many smaller towns and Lake Butoniga in the area. Not far away is Motovun, which dominates the landscape like a crown on a hill. A larger place nearby is Buzet, a town recognizable as the only Croatian truffle town. Photo: Buzet Tourist Board According to the Forest Act, a forest owner is defined as a legal or natural person, owner and / or owner of a forest, who manages the area. The Forest Owners’ Register is a system that contains various information on forest owners, which are used in the implementation of forest policy measures, but also for keeping statistics. Photo: NP Risnjak Kamačnik is visited by many lovers of preserved natural beauty, recreationists, mountaineers – all who want to escape from the hot asphalt or hectic lifestyle. In order to provide visitors with additional interesting facilities, along the watercourse itself, footpaths are being arranged and improved. Did you know that you, as a private person (citizen), can receive EU support from measure 8? You don’t even have to be the owner of the forest, it’s enough to own it. Most owners and possessors of forest areas are not familiar with the advantages of registration in the Register, so it is worth mentioning them. The advantages are: the possibility of using subsidies, the possibility of using funds from the Fund for Public Benefit Functions (OKFŠ), less administration and lower costs when applying for remittances or accompanying documents, the possibility of selling wood and non-wood products from your own forest (legality) and the possibility of providing services. tourism in the forest area. Risnjak National Park is a favorite destination for lovers of active holidays with more than 100 km of marked hiking trails. This park is home to large carnivores like bears, wolves and lynx, which are really rare, but if you were born under a lucky star, it is possible to experience that as well. It was declared a national park back in 1953. NP Risnjak abounds in deep sinkholes, karst slopes and beautiful untouched forest because nature is its master here. It was named after its most famous, but also very endangered inhabitant – the lynx. Fortunately, several years ago, they were actively working on increasing the number of this endangered species. Why register in the Register of Forest Owners? Educational trail “Truffle Road” in the interior of Istria Facilities for children in KamačnikPhoto: Vrbovsko City Travelers today are increasingly interested in various special forms of tourist offer, they like to try novelties and will always be attracted by the original offer, something they have not yet had the opportunity to try. Special experiences are what hosts should offer more often. Those more active will look for excitement in classic or adventure sports, and experienced hunters and anglers will find services and places specific to this type of vacation and recreation. But we are referring here to those who simply like to enjoy nature and learn something. The highest point of the park, the peak of Veliki Risnjak, rises to 1.528 meters above sea level, and the lowest is located at 290 meters above sea level in the Kupa Valley. The mountain massifs Risnjak and Snježnik offer a beautiful view of the Kvarner Bay, Istria and the Julian Alps in neighboring Slovenia. These two massifs represent a natural bridge between the Alps and the Dinaric Mountains and are therefore considered a significant ecological corridor for plants and animals. Questions and answers regarding grants can be found on the pages of the Rural Development Program. Here are just a few interesting things about acceptable costs. Under precisely defined conditions, the following are acceptable: arranging an educational trail; production, design and arrangement of educational and informative indexes; procurement and installation of a solar panel on the lookout; procurement and installation of a children’s playground; arranging a place for heating; construction of sanitary facilities or procurement of chemical toilets, etc. In case we are interested in you, be sure to visit the official website of the Ministry of Agriculture for more information. What is it about?last_img read more


Why point out that driver was a woman?

first_imgThis is about the story about the female truck driver who crashed into the Weaver Street bridge.I have lived in Schenectady 77-plus years, read The Gazette for the greater number of those years, and have read innumerable stories about accidents at this site. I have never, ever read the sex of any of the drivers noted in the article.June GrinterScotia Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion More from The Daily Gazette:Schenectady teens accused of Scotia auto theft, chase; Ended in Clifton Park crash, Saratoga Sheriff…EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationlast_img read more


Why be afraid of the word ‘Christmas’?

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionWell, it’s that time of year again when the media and public officials are afraid to say the word Christmas. The holiday parade in Schenectady is a perfect example.When I saw the news coverage of the parade, I actually saw Christmas trees and marchers in colorful elf-like hats and outfits. Some even wore lights around their necks that looked an awful lot like Christmas tree lights. It’s nice that The Gazette sponsored the holiday parade, but on page 2 of the Nov. 19 paper, you showed a picture of the Santa Claus float. Then I saw a TV advertisement for the South Glens Falls holiday parade showing a picture of, you guessed it, the one and only, Santa Claus. What holiday do people usually think of when they see Santa?I’m wondering just what holidays they are referring to other than Christmas. I didn’t see a turkey or any pilgrim outfits or any other holiday symbols that didn’t relate to Christmas. So, why can’t they call it what it really is?Is it because they are afraid they will offend someone? They don’t seem to be concerned that they might offend me or millions of other people who really do believe in Christmas. I think the parade is a good thing that is enjoyed by many. I also know that this letter won’t change a thing. But I just wish they could find a way to call Christmas by its real name and set aside this annual charade.Please stop pretending Christmas doesn’t exist. It does.Roy ScottSaratoga SpringsMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristslast_img read more


Gillibrand’s actions louder than words

first_imgSen. Kirsten Gillibrand is a fraud. I totally agree that Sen. Al Franken should be held accountable for his actions. But her statement in regard to him stating “As elected officials, we should be held to the highest standards — not the lowest” shook my memory. Wasn’t it senator “holier than thou” who was seen and heard throwing out “F-bombs” in a live press conference recently, shown and heard on networks nationwide.I guess that’s her and her “party” endorsing high standards. Look in the mirror Kirstie.Joe DeBlaseNiskayuna Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion More from The Daily Gazette:Puccioni’s two goals help Niskayuna boys’ soccer top Shaker, remain perfectEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homeslast_img read more


Letters to the Editor for Saturday, May 4

first_imgLook past the false claims in Spa raceKara Rosettie (“Board slate enlists GOP strategist,” The Gazette April 27) is incorrect in her assertions regarding the Saratoga Springs school board election.Those who oppose armed grounds monitors on school property are not “anti-school safety.”Candidates for school board are not “independent” if they take money from a political action committee that hires an out-of-town Republican operative as an election consultant. Accept the good and bad of U.S. historyIn the midst of a fine column by Karen Cookson in Sunday’s April 28 Gazette, she included the sentence, “bigotry is being re-examined—even sweet old Kate Smith and Stephen Foster are being chastised (and rightly so) for their racist songs.”Oh how we like to get on our soapboxes in judging others for their foibles, acting as if we are so right about everything. Saratoga Springs voters are smart enough to see through these misrepresentations.And those smart voters will support John Brueggemann, Natalya Lakhtakia, and Heather Reynolds in the May 21 election.Andrea WiseSaratoga Springs Cartoon crossed the line of good tasteYour editorial cartoon in the April 29 Daily Gazette (depicting evangelist Franklin Graham’s support of President Trump for not being gay) was disgusting.Helen MartinScotia Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionLeave Trump alone and do your jobsI wish our politicians would knock off their nonsense with the president and get to work for which you are being paid to do.The economy is going great. The stock market is near the highest it’s ever been. You elected officials are just mad because a non-political person won the election two years ago and you can’t push him around. He’s not a puppet you can control. You politicians should be ashamed of yourselves. Social Security is going to run out of money in 2035. Why don’t you worry about putting our money back into it? If we took money that didn’t belong to us, we would be in jail. Maybe you should be.Put it back, leave the president alone and do your job that you were elected to do.Jim PrattBallston Spa Plenty of reasons for Trump impeachmentRobert Mueller’s findings provide constitutional grounds for impeaching Trump. Only public opinion, however, will persuade House members to impeach, and senators to convict.Polls show that Trump approval dipped significantly, though temporarily, after release of Mueller’s report, from 44 to 39 percent. This suggests that a whopping 10 percent (5/44) of Trump supporters actually might waver.Supporters resist arguments like: Trump obstructed justice by seeking to silence investigators. Trump broke campaign finance laws by paying to silence exploited women.  I was raised in Virginia during the 1950s, and learning Stephen Foster songs was part of the curriculum. “My old Kentucky Home,” “Oh! Susanna,” and “Swanee River” were some of Foster’s repertoire that gets lost when we condemn him to the “racist” pile. He’s considered “the father of American music.”And my are we getting high and mighty by condemning Kate Smith as a racist. That particular line in Cookson’s column was totally unnecessary and indicative of an elitist view. And shame on the Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Yankees for not standing up for Kate.History is history with all of its warts and imperfections! We need to know and accept it, not rewrite it.Gerard F. HavasyClifton Park Although I don’t live in the area surrounding Saratoga Hospital, I have lived in Saratoga Springs and Wilton for over 30 years and my family and I have used its facilities extensively.I’m very dismayed to hear all of the negative comments from neighbors regarding the improvements that the hospital would like to make. My understanding is that one of the improvements would be to allow for a more comprehensive stroke center.As I had two strokes and two transient ischemic attacks (TIAs) since Feb. 1, I feel I can comment first-hand on the need for these services here in Saratoga Springs. Although I started out at the hospital in all of these occurrences, I had to be sent by ambulance to Albany Med, as Saratoga Hospital was unable to care for me.I believe the folks who are speaking out against the hospital’s plans are being extremely short-sighted and perhaps even foolish to think they might never need the new services that will be available.Saratoga Hospital is a great hospital. Let us not stand in the way of making it even better.Tom FederlinSaratoga Springs Report shows Trump violated oath of officeWhen Donald Trump took the oath of office in January 2017, he promised that “to the best of his ability he would preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”The judicial system was established by the Constitution and, therefore, it’s the president’s duty to uphold the integrity of the judicial system. The Mueller report indicates that Trump did not uphold the integrity of the judicial system.The redacted report identified 10 instances of possible obstruction of justice by President Trump. Two such instances are of particular concern.The first is the president’s statement to FBI Director James Comey regarding the investigation of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Trump told Comey, “I hope you can see your way to letting this go.” Comey refused to cooperate and was subsequently fired by Trump. center_img Saratoga Hospital is vital for community Currently, when someone has committed a crime or an act of terrorism against humanity and goes to prison, they have lost the right or privilege to vote for good.I’m for anybody who has gone to prison, who has done their time and paid their debt to society and tries to help themselves to do better and not go back to prison. But they should not be able to vote because once they go to prison, they lose the right and privilege that we Americans enjoy. That is the right and privilege to vote.Anthony Peter Carota IIISchenectady Russia interfered in our elections, and Trump approved. Trump associates conspired with Russian hackers to win his election. Trump knew, and even directed this. Numerous Trump associates were indicted, convicted or pleaded guilty to crimes.Such offenses provide legal and constitutional grounds for impeaching Trump for his basket of deplorable actions and associates.Today’s Congress, however, will muster the needed political will only if its members see their own seats at risk. They might if constitutional, legal and political forces together make a groundswell of constituents feel at imminent and substantial risk from Trump’s “criminocracy.”Risks include Trump’s refusal to protect elections from foreign interference, refusal to uphold the Constitution, refusal to divest from conflicts of interest and continuing susceptibility to Russian leverage against Trump and against American interests because of ‘kompromat’ and debts to oligarchs.Testimony of Mueller and informants, and their separate counterintelligence findings, will reveal details to Congress, and unclassified details to the public.Congress may not lead us to impeach, but it might be led to impeach.Dr. Robert A. Michaels, PhDNiskayunaMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18Cuomo calls for clarity on administering vaccine The second is Trump’s order to White House counsel Don McGahn. Trump told McGahn to “correct” a New York Times story that reported Trump had earlier instructed McGahn to fire Mueller. Trump also asked McGahn why he had told Mueller’s investigators about the directive to remove Mueller. McGahn answered that he had to tell the investigators the truth. McGahn eventually resigned.The report did not exonerate Trump of obstruction of justice. However, Attorney General William Barr attempted to rationalize Trump’s behavior as “justified” and stated that there was no obstruction of justice. In any case, given the evidence, it’s clear that Trump did not “preserve, protect, and defend” the judicial system and thus, broke his oath to the American people.Don SteinerSchenectady Stop calling Rubin a moderate/conservativePlease stop referring to Jennifer Rubin as writing from a moderate/conservative perspective. This person is an extreme NeverTrumper who has not expressed a conservative viewpoint in years.And for heaven’s sake, don’t reference her as a demonstration of presenting balanced perspectives in your opinion pages. She and her declarations are distinctly far left of center, and any rebuttal to that perspective is a sincere insult to your remaining conservative readers.Randy L. GrayClifton Park No voting for people who go to prisonThere has been some talk among our elected officials that some of the people who have gone to prison should still have the right or privilege to vote.Now don’t get me wrong here, but as a very proud American who enjoys the right and privilege to vote, I strongly disagree.Let me explain why I disagree and why I also believe that they still have some rights, but have lost the right and privilege to vote. Focus on family, daily life, not on TrumpI’m wondering if we could go one day, or even one hour, without hearing the Trump name. We are so focused on his every move and word, we forget about our daily lives. With election time in the near future, it’s only going to get worse. Why not let the government take over the job of watching Trump, and we concentrate on home and family? Trump hopefully will come and go, but our families are here forever.Marty ShantyCharltonlast_img read more


Safe as houses?

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Round cinema gets funding

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King Sturge recruits fund manager

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