initially wished the Mediation Board success in its work. The Board was
established in 2013 for the first time, in accordance with the Law on
Minister Salji added during
the conversation that the purpose of this Board is to encourage the development
of mediation in order mediation to be used more as an alternative dispute
resolution, i.e. to provide quality in this area, as well as to give ideas for
the development of mediation in our country.
In addition, this Board
will face serious challenges, as it is first necessary to overcome some of the
problems we are facing from establishing this institutional concept for the
development of mediation.
Minister Saljii also highlighted
some of the Board's obligations, including organizing the exam for mediators,
accrediting the training program for mediators in Macedonia, determining the
methodology and the manner of monitoring and evaluating the work of mediators,
the trainers of mediators, that is, the implementation of the accredited
training program for mediators, etc.
Saljiji invited them to work together to overcome all the obstacles they face with in the mediation process, in order for
mediation to be more accessible to citizens, but at the same time to provide
better conditions for anyone who wants to obtain a license for mediators.
The President and the
members of the Board thanked Minister Saljii on his continued support and
cooperation and stressed that their work will achieve the goal and will confirm
that mediation is the right way to resolve disputes.