31st May 2022, Skopje – Energy and green transition, infrastructure, connectivity and trade, financial innovations and investments under uncertainty, new challenges for good governance and human capital in the 21st century are the topics to be discussed by the participants at the Skopje Economic and Finance Forum – SEFF- day two, organized by Ministry of Finance.
The start of the second day will be marked with the attendance by the President Stevo Pendarovski and the President of the Parliament Talat Xhaferi, as well as the President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Odile Renaud-Basso and the Vice President of the European Investment Bank, Lilyana Pavlova, as the keynote speakers thereof.
During the Panel 1 on the second day, the panelists will debate on reducing the pollution impact on the health and the environment, as well as the policy making and the creation of strategies.
The second Panel will cover the development of the infrastructure and the services, which are green, attainable, resilient, well-managed and which can provide for spurring sustainable development.
As regards Panel 3, the participants will address the new alternative investment instruments and greater use of the technology in the field of finance.
Rule of law, fight against corruption and organized crime, professional, efficient and impartial judicial system as key prerequisites for protection of human rights and creating an environment, which will provide for growth, is a topic discussed at the fourth Panel within SEFF – day two, with the last panel being dedicated on the human capital as main driver of productivity, competitiveness, innovations, long-term prospects for growth and poverty reduction.
This is the second Annual Conference of the Ministry of Finance, being held within SEFF, which in addition to the Nobel Prize Winner Paul Krugman, is attended by policy makers in the region, top officials from international financial institutions, representatives of the business sector, experts, etc.