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United Nations Development Programme to back implementation of public administration reform

18:12 | 14.03.2023 Category: Official

Chisinau, 14 March /MOLDPRES/ - Government’s Secretary General Artur Mija and Deputy Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Moldova, Andrea Cuzyova, at a today’s meeting discussed potential fields of cooperation between the State Chancellery and UNDP, as well as the stage of implementation of the projects carried out with the UNDP’s support, the government’s communication and protocol department has reported.     

In discussions, Artur Mija appreciated UNDP’s contribution to the working out of the draft public administration reform strategy. He stressed that the United Nations Development Programme remained an important partner, which supports Moldova’s development needs through expertise and innovating approach. In the context, Artur Mija referred to the government’s priorities, highlighting the re-launch of the economy and creation of new jobs, carrying out of the European agenda, reformation of justice, as well as the development of infrastructure: ‘’The objectives set will be at the basis of the projects which we will implement together and which will yield concrete results for people’’      

The sides discussed the boosting of the cooperation, in order to implement the public administration reform, as well as consolidate the capacities of the State Chancellery in the process of strategic planning, development and coordination of policies. Presently, UNDP provides the support needed also for the advancement of the public money management, as well as promotion of measures of consolidating the confidence between the residents of the two banks of Dniester. In particular, UNDP has the goal to involve the Diaspora in the carrying out of policies, as well as the enhancement of Diaspora’s commitment  for the local development.     

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