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Meeting of the Euro-Atlantic Council Business Club with Prime Minister Zaev and Minister Hoxha PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 04 June 2021 11:22

On the 5th of May 2021 the Euro-Atlantic Council initiated a working meeting with the Executive Director of the Business Club of the Euro-Atlantic Council, Svetozar Janevski, President Ismet Ramadani, Secretary General Ilija Djugumanov, businessmen and members of the management of the Business Club with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and the Minister for agriculture, Arijanit Hoxha.


The meeting discussed the improvement of the business environment and the economic activity of the companies, as well as projects that are expected to increase employment in the country and to activate the villages and rural areas. Additionally, a special focus was placed on the IT sector and the creation of added value, and it was emphasized that according to a new research, North Macedonia is the leader in the Balkans in E-Government.

Prime Minister Zaev expressed support for the ideas coming from the Business Club of the Euro-Atlantic Council, which should drive economic growth in the country and encourage businessmen to continue with plans for investment cycles and investing in human capital in order to jointly adapt to new and modern economic trends to successfully overcome the challenges of the global pandemic.


Additionally, the NATO procurement process was discussed, and the opportunities for Macedonian companies to join this process and be part of this large procurement process. Prime Minister Zaev and Minister Hoxha stressed that the private sector has an important role in creating jobs and incomes for citizens through constant innovations that bring new products and services to the market, and thus added value.


It was concluded that every investor wants a stable business environment and a predictable business environment, which the Government strives to make possible. It was further underlined that joining NATO and applying EU standards, which should become domestic standards, ensures investment security through rule of law mechanisms, reducing grey economy and the fight against corruption.




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