The Programme on Sustainable Development of the Kyrgyz Republic for 2014-2017 was presented in New York, the Kyrgyz Foreign Ministry’s press service informed.
The high representatives of the UN agencies and countries-contributors, including the Under-Secretary-General and the Associate Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme Rebeca Grynspan, the Head of the UN Regional Centre for Preventive Diplomacy for Central Asia Miroslav Encha took part in the presentation.
In a course of the presentation the Kyrgyz Foreign Minister Erlan Abdyldayev informed the participants about the aims and tasks of the National Strategy, noting, that being a “road map” for our country’s development, it is focused on strategic challenges facing Kyrgyzstan.
The official said that the state tends to focus on its efforts for implementation of concrete projects of federal importance, which are directed for achievement of stable development of the country.
During the presentation the Head of the Foreign Ministry voiced hope that international institutions and countries-contributors will support efforts of the Kyrgyz party in effective realization of the tasks and in achievement of National security of the country’s development.
Kyrgyzstan will get additional $21.5 million grant from the World Bank to improve food security, representatives of the World Bank stated, meeting with the Vice Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Dzhoomart Otorbayev.
According to the Information Policy Department of the Government’s Office, these funds will support efforts to restore the irrigation and drainage systems, strengthening potential of water users’ associations and facilitate an increase in the number of food components.
The meeting was devoted to implementation of the second phase of the "Operations in support of development" program aimed at the provision of budget support. It is expected to be completed by the end of 2013.
The main areas of the program are the reforms in the energy sphere, optimization of the state finances management, improvement of business environment, the fight against corruption and the reform of the judicial system.
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