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Македонија Министерството за здравство стратешки план 2008-2010 (Macedonia Ministry of Health Strategic Plan 2008-2010)

Поранешна Југословенска Република Македонија (The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Government) Министерството за здравство (Ministry of Health) Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 2008 Policy document health service, health system, mental health care

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The strategic plan is a basic plan for development of the Ministry of Health that contains the programs and activities. Such are:

- Improving the business climate and increase domestic and foreign direct investment
- Improve, service quality, increase the transparency and efficiency of healthcare
- Obtaining full membership of the Republic of Macedonia in NATO
- Strengthening the rule of law and the rule of law
- Fight against corruption and organized crime
- Harmonization of National legislation with the European Union
- Involvement of civil society in policy of the Government
- Improving the conditions of citizens for quality and healthy life through investing in learning and improvement, health and culture.
- Respecting human rights
- Extension activities to begin negotiations for membership of the Republic of Macedonia to the EU
- Strengthening the administrative capacity of the state local levels
- Strengthening the capacities of local governments to successfully perform the delegated powers and ensuring financial stability
- Strengthening the capacity of the inspection bodies
- Strengthening the administration to use the pre-accession instrument of the European Union.

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