The importance of investments in general as well as investments in the energy system and the importance of equal representation of all peoples in Kosovo in various programs and programs supported by the US agency Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) were the main topics of the meeting held in Prishtina by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Communities and Return Dalibor Jevtic with the Executive Director of this agency, Jonathan Nesh.
At the very beginning of the meeting, Minister Jevtic presented to the director Nesh the situation in which the non-majority peoples of Kosovo are and emphasized the importance of involving all non-majority peoples in programs that are significant for Kosovo society in order to stimulate employment and reduce the number of those who live in Kosovo unsatisfied.
Jevtic said that one of his main goals is to stimulate employment in returnee places through various programs because, as he said, "I sincerely believe that this will create the conditions for a sustainable survival," said the Minister and thanked Mr. Nesh for the assistance by the Government of America in this regard through various programs.
"The energy sector is a sector that requires new ways of producing energy using natural resources in order to protect the environment on the one hand and, on the other, to have stable sources of energy. Today, throughout the region, electricity is the most expensive in Kosovo, and in a situation where the economy is not the best, this moment also affects the lives of all citizens. We must work to create positive changes in every area where we can", said Jevtic.
Executive Director of the US agency Millennium Challenge Corporation, Jonathan Nesh, said during the meeting that through this way the governments are assisted to secure jobs for some of the poorest people, as well as to connect with the market and employment opportunities.