Member of Parliament and Head of the State Building Standing Committee N.Enkhbold met with United Nations Resident Coordinator Beate Trankmann and her accompanying delegation on November 7, to discuss institutional structure key to implementing Mongolia’s 2030 Sustainable Development Vision (MSDV).
Trankmann presented N.Enkhbold with a report on the current status of institutions that are critical in implementing the MSDV and the improvements the institutions require. She
noted that they have studied which institutional mechanisms will be suitable for implementing the MSDV.
The Resident Coordinator of the UN said that she understands that the State Building Standing Committee is responsible for implementing sustainable development objectives and policy documents. She asked N.Enkhbold to discuss the selection of suitable institutional mechanisms with members of Parliament and Cabinet.
The head of the UNDP’s research team, Dr. Khashchuluun, presented the results of the working group’s studies to MP N.Enkhbold. Dr. Khashchuluun pointed out that the team has drafted a resolution to deal with the nation’s challenges in socioeconomic development.
He stressed that it is critical to ensure that the development policies of economic sectors, the provinces, and the state are in compliance with the MSDV.
Establishing an investment program, enhancing the capacity of human resources, and improving the operations of province development funds were also key directives outlined in their report.
MP N.Enkhbold said that the study was very productive. He added that it is possible to make amendments to some laws, as well as to draft constitutional amendments to promote sustainable development.