Broadband commission for digital development meets in Ohrid.
"Developing information and communication technologies is on the list of priorities of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia Macedonia, country, Europe
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"The information technologies are the foundation of modern development. They develop our capabilities, help general growth and access to information, cut costs in terms of means and time and help build a world with potential and creativity," Prime Minister Gruevski stressed.
Co-chairmen of the conference were Mexican businessman Carlos Slim and Rwandan President Paul Kagame. Mr. Slim also had a meeting with Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski on 31 March. President Kagame and Mr. Slim met Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov as well.