Donor Support: Ohrid Agreement

8.3. The parties invite the international community to convene at the earliest possible time a meeting of international donors that would address in particular macro-financial assistance; support for the financing of measures to be undertaken for the purpose of implementing this Framework Agreement, including measures to strengthen local self-government; and rehabilitation and reconstruction in areas affected by the fighting.

ANNEX C

3.3. The parties invite the European Commission and the World Bank to rapidly convene a meeting of international donors after adoption in the Assembly of the Constitutional amendments in Annex A and the revised Law on Local Self-Government to support the financing of measures to be undertaken for the purpose of implementing the Framework Agreement and its Annexes, including measures to strengthen local self-government and reform the police services, to address macro-financial assistance to the Republic of Macedonia, and to support the rehabilitation and reconstruction measures identified in the action plan identified in paragraph 3.2.

Implementation History

2001

No Implementation

A donor conference did not take place in 2001.

2002

Full Implementation

A donor conference was held in March 2002 and raised 307 million Euro. European commission pleaded 104 million Euro of which 32.54 million Euro was for reconstruction and rehabilitation of areas affected directly by the conflict. It was reported that the donors would spend an extra 271 million Euro on general economic development in Macedonia in 2002. The World Bank's contribution is 57 million Euro.1 Donor countries and communities pledged some Euro 307 for  the reconstruction and rehabilitation of areas affected by the conflict. This support was additional to 271 million Euro given for general economic development in 2002.

  • 1. "EU/MACEDONIA: DONORS RAISE MORE THAN PLANNED," European Report, March 16, 2002.
2003

Full Implementation

No further developments observed.

2004

Full Implementation

No further developments observed.

2005

Full Implementation

No further developments observed.

2006

Full Implementation

No further developments observed.

2007

Full Implementation

No further developments observed.

2008

Full Implementation

No further developments observed.

2009

Full Implementation

No further developments observed.

2010

Full Implementation

No further developments observed.