Speaking at the meeting where the Kosovo e-Government Strategy 2023-2027 was presented, Prime Minister of Kosovo Albin Kurti said that this new strategy outlines a vision for a digital public administration that affects the well-being of citizens.
Stating that this vision is in line with the digitization expectations of citizens, Kurti said: “The new e-government strategy constitutes our vision of a digital public administration that affects the well-being of citizens. In addition, while maximizing the efficiency, transparency, and accountability of the government, it will positively impact the sustainable growth of the country’s economy.
Noting that Kosovo is similar to Switzerland and Luxembourg in terms of digital transformation, Kurti stressed the importance of not being left behind in the social journey towards digitization, noting that Kosovo is among the top seven countries in Europe and comparing it to Switzerland and Luxembourg.
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