The Prime Minister of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Fadil Novalic met today with the United Nations Resident Coordinator in BiH Ingrid Macdonald at the seat of the Government of the Federation of BiH in Sarajevo.
The meeting, which was also attended by the Resident Representative of the UN Development Program (UNDP) in BiH, Steliana Nedera, discussed the current cooperation between the United Nations and the representatives of the authorities in BiH, which was mutually assessed as successful and effective.
Special emphasis was placed on the current situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, and recovery and reform projects.
The Federal Prime Minister pointed out the exceptional cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the UN Development Program (UNDP), through which a number of joint projects have been implemented so far.
Coordinator Macdonald presented the document United Nations Framework for Bosnia and Herzegovina (2021-2025), which outlines the priorities of the five-year activities of the World Organization in our country.
Special attention is dedicated to economic issues, environmental issues with an emphasis on the use of so-called green energy, and real opportunities to improve the situation in this area.
“In the coming period, we need a comprehensive transformation program for the production of energy from renewable sources, such as wind energy and others, in which we certainly need the help and support the United Nations,” Novalic emphasized.