Monday, January 22, 2007

Macedonia’s Deputy Prime Minister Stavrevski Meets with WB Representatives

Skopje. A Macedonian team led by the Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Stavrevski will hold a plenary working session with representatives of the World Bank, the Macedonian Makfax reports.
The session is aimed at reviewing the Macedonian progress in meeting the requirements set by the WB's Programmatic Development Policy Loan - PDPL 2.
WB's team is expected to voice opinion on the implementation of reforms in the fields spanning judiciary, labor market, finance sector, business regulations, public administration, healthcare and decentralization.
Bruce Courtney will lead the WB's mission at the meeting with the Macedonian delegation comprised of Finance Minister Trajko Slavevski, Health Minister Imer Selmani, Labor and Social Policy Minister Ljupco Meshkov, Justice Minister Mihajlo Manevski, Local Self -Government Minister Zoran Konjanovski and Economy Minister Vera Rafajlovska.
Petar Goshev, President of National Bank of Macedonia, Aleksandar Geshtakovski, Director of Agency for Civil Servants and Georgi Trenkovski, Director of the Healthcare Insurance Fund, are also expected to attend the meeting.

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