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The Office for IT and e-Government of the Government of the Republic of Serbia today launched a new portal Digital Solidarity at www.digitalnasolidarnost.gov.rs, intended for all those who are staying at home due to the pandemic of coronavirus.

The purpose of the portal is to publish in one place all information about free platforms for distance learning, work from home, as well as free books, courses, music, films and other educational and entertaining content during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A call has been made to all companies and other organisations that are ready to enable a free-of-charge use of their digital platforms, content and solutions to citizens, businesses and countries to apply and fill out a form.

The Office for IT and e-Government will publicly promote all those who apply and show their willingness to participate in this joint venture so that citizens could use the free solutions of these companies as much as possible.

We firmly believe that solidarity and responsibility are crucial and that only together can we and must be a better and more responsible society.

#DigitalSolidarity

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