Skopje

 

  • Country: The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  • Population: 668.518 people
  • Politician Who Signed: Koce Trajanovski, Mayor of Skopje
  • Website: www.skopje.gov.mk

City Introduction

Skopje is the capital and largest city of the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia. It is the country’s political, cultural, economic, and academic center.

The city is also promoter of business and desired destination for investment, it enclosure sustainable economy based on knowledge, innovation and a highly qualified and creative workforce that use the best international practices creates conditions for quality of life, long-term success and continued prosperity of the community.

By adopting the Green Digital Charter, the City of Skopje has expressed its commitment to support and promotе the green network connected cities that use energy-efficient ICT; to develop a common standard for the collection, comparison and analysis of greenhouse gases and other energy data of the city in general; to applying innovations ICT in public and other city transport, buildings and public lighting systems and etc. Interconnected cities will create a real and efficient platform for economic, social and environmental well-being of all citizens.

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Related Initiatives

  1. Applying innovation in ICT systems and services for transport;
  2. Improving the energy efficiency of buildings by applying common standards for new buildings;
  3. Transforming citizen engagement through e-participation, greater co-production by citizens of content and services;
  4. Developing or supporting innovative new services based on the highest speeds and capacities of these networks to transform the way that we run our cities and in the way that we work, live and play;
  5. Enabling the “restructuring” of the way we organise city administration processes so that the use of materials and energy can be reduced while enhancing both the quality and quantity of jobs;
  6. Developing opportunities for innovation in e-Government to transform public services, for example through mobile channels, enhanced strategic planning.
  7. Supporting the creation of low carbon next generation digital infrastructure and broadband networks based on high-capacity optical fibre and advanced wireless and mobile applications.