Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Regional meeting on public administration

A first meeting of the Regional School of Public Administration (ReSPA) for the Western Balkan will kick off Tuesday in Skopje.

The two-day meeting has been set up by the Macedonian Agency for Public Servants with financial support of the European Union and OECD.

ReSPA Programme was initiated by EU with an aim to improve the regional cooperation in the field of public administration by improving its performance and human resources in line with the principles of the European Administrative Space.

The main goal of the meeting is to promote transfer of experiences on the regulation management in the region.

Representatives of Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania and Macedonia will take part at the conference.

Macedonian Vice-Prime Minister, Zivko Jankulovski, First Counselor of the EC Delegation in Skopje, Ms Joan Pearce, the Director of the Macedonian Agency for Public Servants, Aleksandar Geshtakovski and ReSPA's representative Nicholas Dubois, will give opening addresses at the event.

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