SIMFEROPOL (QHA) - The Crimean Council of Ministers and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) have signed a three-year memorandum of cooperation, the information policy department of the Crimean government has reported.
The document is aimed at strengthening the potential and increasing the effectiveness of the activity of executive and local government agencies on the implementation of the Crimean development strategy in the formation of civil society. Special attention is also paid in the memorandum to cooperation in the field of attracting international technical assistance and investment. Interfax-Ukraine informs.
The Chairman of Crimean Council of Ministers Anatoliy Mohyliov said that Crimea appreciates cooperation with the UNDP.
"We've established warm and friendly relations and implemented a number of successful projects. I'm sure that we have every chance of rapidly developing our cooperation in future," he said.
In turn, Alessandra Tisot, UNDP Resident Representative in Ukraine, thanked Mohyliov for support and assistance for the UNDP's work in Crimea.
"Our teams have established close cooperation. We're grateful for your cooperation, and we hope that our joint efforts will continue to be useful," she said.