Arena Hospitality Group (AHG) as part of this year’s World Tourism Exchange WTM in London received recognition from the world organization “Responsible Tourism Partnership” for responsible tourism and coping in the covid-19 pandemic. Thus, AHG reaffirmed its social responsibility and commitment to the common good of the local community, which was recognized and rewarded by the world organization. “Responsible Tourism Partnership” Also, in cooperation with the hospital and their expressed need, and together with a long-term partner Kamgrad doo one of the leading domestic companies in the construction sector, AGH decided to finance the purchase of medical equipment, ie devices for disinfection of UVDI-360 in order to fight more efficiently. against COVID-19 infection. The total amount of HRK 362.500 was financed in the ratio of 50% / 50% between Kamgrad and AHG. Due to the crisis situation caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic, Arena Hospitality Group dd has made all its possibilities available to help the local community and the population to overcome the difficult situation in which we all find ourselves. AHG donated 35 LCD TVs to the Pula General Hospital to make their stay easier, donated about 100 “lunch packages” a day for the hospital’s medical staff, and made their employees available to help prepare for moving into the new hospital premises and cleaning. for moving into hospital wards as soon as possible.
Manchester United striker Angelo Henriquez has joined Croatian side Dinamo Zagreb on loan. The 20-year-old Chilean failed to make an appearance for the Red Devils following his arrival from Universidad de Chile two years ago. He spent five months on loan at Wigan in his first year in England and last season went to Spanish second division side Real Zaragoza, where he scored six times in 25 appearances. “I am happy with my arrival at Dinamo, with whom I want to do good things,” Henriquez told the Croatian club’s website. “I have a lot of motivation and I want to prove myself and I believe Dinamo is a great club for it.” Press Association
Manchester – The manager of Manchester City Manuel Pellegrini confirmed Edin Džeko’s stay in the club and said that he is very important for the team.Džeko allegedly should have left but he remains because he scored numerous goals – according to B92.“Džeko is a very important player for us. He played a great season from the beginning to the end. We expect a lot from him in the future.” – said Pellegrini.The two sides are currently negotiating about a new contract for the best shooter in the history of B&H.Manchester City already extended contracts with two players who have been at Etihad for a couple of years already, Aleksandar Kolarov and Samir Nasri.(Source: Fena)