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Sajkoski: Municipal administration of young and professional staff that will work in the interest of the citizens and the business community


VMRO-DPMNE candidate for mayor of the municipality of Kicevo, Vlatko Sajkoski at Tuesday’s rally in Kicevo pointed out he very well knows the problems that affect Kicevo residents.

Here is my home, family, the most holy things worth fighting for and sacrificing, said Sajkoski. He emphasized that he undertakes to take care and take into account the interests and needs of all residents equally, regardless of their party affiliation or ethnicity.

“With the construction of the Kicevo – Ohrid highway, the frequency of domestic and foreign tourists has increased considerably, but how much we will attract their attention to come to our municipality depends on us. It depends on how much knowledge and desire we have to emphasize the natural and cultural landmarks in Kicevo, which we really have in abundance,” said Sajkoski, adding that all this will contribute to the development of the local economy.

He says that improved infrastructure, with easy and efficient accessibility of the services will make Kicevo an attractive municipality for foreign investors.

“Foreign investment means building new factories according to the most up-to-date standards. They mean new jobs, better income in family budgets and a better standard of living,” said Sajkoski.

He pointed out that his first priority will be the rapidly staffing of the municipal administration that will work in the interest of the citizens and the business community.

It will include young, professional, primarily ambitious staff. A strong team that will be able to respond to all upcoming challenges. The administration will specifically focus on supporting all economic projects initiated, both nationally and internationally. The next step I would take would be reorganization of public enterprises according to the needs of the vast municipality, stressed Sajkoski.

He underlined that the focus of his mandate would be to stop the migration of young professional staff, as well as the return of expatriates.