Find out more about the selection of projects and the award of grants under the Public Tourism Infrastructure Development Program in 2019 in the attachment. Namely, the Deputy Mayor of the City of Dubrovnik, Jelka Tepšić, signed today in the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia a Co-financing Agreement in accordance with the conditions and criteria of the Program for the Development of Public Tourist Infrastructure in 2019. Photo: Pixabay.com Namely, the City of Dubrovnik applied to the said Program of the Ministry for the project “Development of a study of sustainability of tourism development and reception capacity with the action plan of the City of Dubrovnik” in the total value of 123.500 kuna, and in accordance with the provisions of the Program, Based on the contract, the Ministry of Tourism will participate in the project “Preparation of a study of sustainability of tourism development and reception capacity with the action plan of the City of Dubrovnik”, with funds up to 100 thousand kuna, which is 80 percent of the funds needed for the project. The public tourism infrastructure development program in 2019 opened at the end of April and closed on June 28, 2019. Funds for grants intended for counties, cities and municipalities, among other things, for the preparation of sustainability studies or quality management studies, are provided in the Tourism Development Fund, ie in the State Budget. RELATED NEWS: MINISTRY OF TOURISM ANNOUNCES DECISION ON SUPPORT FOR PUBLIC TOURIST INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS IN 2019 In addition to the city of Dubrovnik, the cities of Crikvenica, Mali Lošinj, Novalja, Biograd na Moru, Šibenik, Pula and Šibenik-Knin County received funds for the Study of Sustainability of Tourism Development and Reception Capacity with an action plan. Dubrovnik is finally embarking on a study on the sustainability of tourism development and reception capacity.