President Stevo Pendarovski visited today the Office of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in the Republic of North Macedonia.
As part of the visit, the President met with the UNDP permanent representative, Armen Grigorjan, and with the United Nations resident coordinator, Rosana Dudjak, who informed him about the overall activities, current projects and programs of UNDP in several key areas in the country.
President Pendarovski also held a meeting with the employees of the UNDP office, where they discussed youth policies, the process of creating the National Development Strategy, challenges related to the environment and air pollution, local self-government, self-employment, as well as other issues that are the focus of UNDP activities.
The President welcomed their engagement and the implementation of numerous projects aimed at improving the quality of life and support in fulfilling the strategic goals of the state, and expressed his satisfaction with the successful cooperation with the UNDP so far, pointing out the cooperation within the framework of the preparation of the MKD2030 Development Framework. as well as the presentation of the annual reports on human development of UNDP in North Macedonia.
At the same time, the President said that the Cabinet will continue to actively cooperate with UNDP and other agencies and organizations of the United Nations in the country in the future.