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OSMANI: EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES MAIN FUEL OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
15:44, Monday, May 06, 2019

The Government of the Republic of North Macedonia, represented by the Deputy Prime Minister in charge of European Affairs and UNDP, represented by the UNDP Resident Representative in the country, Narine Sahakian, signed a Project Cooperation Agreement in the premises of the Secretariat for European Affairs.

"UNDP is a long-time partner and supporter of the policies of the Republic of North Macedonia, and the study which will be prepared is only a continuation of the cooperation in the direction of creating a favourable environment for a better connection of the national economy with the economies of the EU member states", stated Deputy Prime Minister Osmani after signing the agreement, thus pointing out that the study will contain possible scenarios for the dynamics of the EU accession and its impact on citizens` well- being, using the experiences of the countries that have recently become EU members, and it will also offer evidence of the  potentially increased costs for public administration and the business community due to the necessary adjustment in order to meet the EU standards. 

 UNDP remains committed to continue supporting the country on its path towards EU integration. We have a long track record of providing advice on EU accession across the region, including by sharing peer-to-peer expertise from new member states. We are very much looking forward to further reinforcing our strategic partnership with the Government to advance both the EU and the 2030 Agenda to leave no one behind, stated UNDP Resident Representative Narine Sahakyan.

The new project titled The European Pathway of the Republic of North Macedonia Achieving Faster, more Inclusive and Sustainable Growth, funded by UNDP will last 7 months. During this period, series of consultations and analyses will be held in cooperation with state institutions, the business community and civil society.

As a result of the consultation process, a study will be prepared, which will be developed with the support of national and international experts, in order to help decision-makers and society create a strong analytical base for better understanding of the effects of the EU accession process and achieving accelerated, inclusive and sustainable development.

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