ASUNCION – The Deputy Secretary-General of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said on Monday in Asuncion that Paraguay has a real will to implement the reforms as suggested by the OECD.
Mari Kiviniemi met on Monday with Paraguayan Foreign Minister Eladio Loizaga and the Minister of the Technical Secretariat of Development Planning, Jose Molinas, as part of her visit to the South American country to present two OECD reports on Paraguay.
The Deputy Secretary-General of OECD told reporters after the meeting that she had a good discussion with the ministers and that from the Paraguay side there is a real will to implement the reforms.
Kiviniemi said that the reports offer recommendations on how to improve public governance systems and, also, management of human resources, government and multilevel governance.
The OECD representative also focused on aspects related to health and, in particular, quality education for citizens from all walks of life.
The two reports that the OECD presented to the Paraguayan authorities feature concrete recommendations on how to change legislation, how to improve policies and procedures and how to involve decision makers.