Delay of Primatijada



Online meeting for Primatijada 2020, held on 17.03.2020

Ogranisers that were not present on the meeting PMF Banja Luka, PMF Podgorica, PMF Skopje and PMF Kragujevac.
Main subject of discussion on the meeting were the general problems each organisation has due to the Corona Virus pandemic situation.
Firstly, some of the ogranisers presented the status of their own part, number of expected participants, as well number of people that already signed to participate.
Next topic was current status of faculties, and our expectations if the virus is about to stop in the following 3-4 weeks. Some of the recognized risks are: closed state borders, no passports, spreading the virus, no one knows when the situation would end, when would the examinations take place…
Everyone that participated the meeting, agreed that even if the virus stops in the following 2-3 weeks, there is no enogh time to prepare everything from start.


– The organisers group would make another online meeting, latest by 10th of June. If there are positive changes, the meeting would be scheduled to an earlier date. The subject of the meeting would be to discuss the options and possible dates for organizing Primatijada 2020 in the period between 20th of September and 20th of October 2020.
– In case of no solution for organizing the event in this period, than Primatijada 2020 would be skipped and we would continue with Primatijada 2021 under the same agreed conditions.

We are all looking forward to brighter days.

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