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North Macedonia

On the way towards the EU

In former Yugoslavia, Northern Macedonia was the economically least developed among the six part republics that made up the country. In 1991, Northern Macedonia declared its independence. Germany began cooperation with Northern Macedonia in 1997. Initially KfW Development Bank helped to rebuild the dilapidated and partially destroyed infrastructure. In the meantime, the EU accession criteria have come to the fore, and there is a great need for catching up, especially in the environmental sector. KfW Development Bank is primarily active in the energy sector (energy efficiency and renewable energies), in municipal infrastructure (water supply, sanitation and district heating) and in sustainable economic development (promotion of MSMEs, municipal credit lines).

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KfW Office Skopje

Director KfW Office: René Eschemann
Antonie Grubisik 5
1000 Skopje
Macedonia

Phone: +38 923 10 92 41
Fax: +38 923 21 24 66

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