North Macedonia participated in the “Digital Europe Programme”, which offers the opportunity to benefit from a fund of 7.5 billion euros.
The Digital Europe programme, which provides excellent opportunities for citizens, public institutions or various organizations to apply for 7.5 billion euros in financing, was agreed in Brussels for four Western Balkan countries, including North Macedonia.
The program will bring North Macedonia closer to Europe in areas such as the development of projects in the field of artificial intelligence, digital education and the creation of appropriate digital conditions.
Azir Aliu, Minister of Information Society and Public Administration, who signed our country’s participation in the Digital Europe program in Brussels, said the following about some of the tangible benefits that North Macedonia can expect from participating in the Digital Europe program:
“The total €7.5 billion budget planned for the Digital Europe Program will contribute significantly to our economic recovery efforts. By investing in digital technology and infrastructure, we can drive innovation, increase productivity and create new jobs. This will lead to job creation and economic growth, with Special benefits for small and medium-sized businesses that are vital to our economy.”
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