Skopje, 25th June 2014 (MIA) – Over two million envelopes will participate in the drawing in the prize game “Fiscal receipts in hand – rewards without hassle”, to be held on Monday, 30th June 2014.

– This time, we again reward a flat of over 50 square meters in Aerodrom settlement, a store in Aerodrom settlement, a car “Peugeot 208” and other prizes, in particular vouchers in the amount from Denar 1,000 to EUR 1,000. More than 300,000 envelopes were received this month only and, since all previously received, but not drawn, envelopes in the period from February to June, will also participate in the drawing, more than two million envelopes are practically still in the frame of winning these valuable prizes, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Zoran Stavreski, said today after the signing ceremony of the Agreement for financing the second stage of the Project for Construction of New Building of Zivko Brajkovski Primary School in Butel settlement.

He believes the citizens will manage to collect 20 fiscal receipts in the next four-five days, put them in an envelope and send them at the address of the State Lottery of Macedonia, thus having the possibility to take part in the prize game and win valuable prizes.
This is the seventh drawing within the prize game “Fiscal receipts in hand – rewards without hassle”. So far, one flat, a business premises, five cars and 750 vouchers in the amount of Denar 1,000 to Denar 60,000 were awarded within the prize game, being organized by the State Lottery of Macedonia, under the auspices of the Ministry of Finance.

By the end of the prize game, envelopes with twenty fiscal receipts issued from 15th November 2013 onwards can participate in all drawings.

As the seventh drawing approaches, State Lottery of Macedonia organizes a caravan, within which points are placed with boxes at many locations in many settlements.

The caravan departed from Kumanovo and its final destinations are Struga and Ohrid on 29th June 2014.

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