VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski continues his diplomatic tour Wednesday to Slovenia. From his visit to Hungary he says that the main challenge for young people is how to improve their artificial intelligence systems and their application in everyday life.
“This 2021 they expect an economic boom, greater than all previous years. There is talk of a new set of $ 5.18 billion in cheap loans that will be available to domestic businesses as direct assistance to the economy. The economy grew by 4.9% last year, while ours is in recession.Today I am in Ljubljana, Slovenia, late in the afternoon I will have a meeting with Prime Minister JanezJanša. The country is preparing for this year’s EU presidency this year. The discussions are about green policy making. In healthcare, the Government of Slovenia expects 70 percent of the total population to be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus by the beginning of the summer,” Mickoski added.
He points out that Slovenia has ordered 3,227,948 doses of vaccines, the world is moving forward taking big steps, while in our country the main thing is that there were no vaccines, except those received as a donation, a donation too small for meeting real necessities.