The members of the National Alliance for Local Economic Development (NALED) have decided to support the further development of e-management, the advancement of public finance and the process of adopting regulations as the organization's key reform priorities this year, managing board chairman Vladislav Cvetkovic said at a ceremonious session on May 25, which ended the organization's 17th annual assembly.
"We will continue to insist on solving decade long property and legal issues such as legalization, conversion and registration in land books to enable us to attract more investment. We will be there to help the complete digitalization of health services, the full application of e-files, e-sick leaves and e-specialist checkups and expedite procedure for releasing medicine on the market, as well as the creation of a favorable ecosystem for developing biotechnology," Cvetkovic stressed.
Cvetkovic added that NALED would continue to devote major attention to the protection of the environment, especially solving the problem of waste waters and implementing a system for the smart recycling of packaging.
At the 17th annual assembly the participants stressed the importance of innovation and digitalization as generators of reforms while Montenegrin Europe Now movement leader Milojko Spajic was a special guest at the event. He stressed that NALED's priorities overlapped to a large degree with reform processes in that country.