Mid- and short-term policy document to be developed for the capital citySociety
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. On September 16, a training was jointly organized by the Governor’s Office of the Capital City on developing a mid-term policy for the capital city in correlation with the long- and mid-term policy of Mongolia. Head of the Governor’s Office of the Capital City Ts.Urtnasan, UNDP Deputy Resident Representative Nashida Sattar, and corresponding representatives of the government, the capital city administration and the UN agency participated in the training.
The training was organized in aims of creating stability and correlation between national and local development policies and planning, developing a draft policy document for the mid- and short-term for the capital city’s development, strengthening results based planning, and informing officials.
In her opening remarks, Head of the Governor’s Office of the Capital City Ts.Urtnasan noted that mid- and short-term policy documents for the capital city’s development will be developed in correlation with the corresponding laws and legislations, ‘Vision-2050’ long-term policy document as well as the government’s action plan for 2021-2024, and emphasized the importance of the participants’ involvement in realizing creative suggestions and initiatives that would make significant contributions to the development plans for other regions of the country alongside Ulaanbaatar.
During the training, UNDP Deputy Resident Representative Nashida Sattar said, “The development plan of the capital city has to be developed in correlation with the Vision-2050 long-term policy document and the Government Action Plan for 2020-2024. By having the capital city’s development policy based on results and systemic approach to reform in its planning, we will be able to see the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals.”