Stefan Liller new UNDP Resident Representative presents credentials to Foreign Minister
August 31, 2022
The newly appointed UNDP Resident Representative for Bangladesh, Mr Stefan Liller presented his credentials to the Foreign Minister, Dr AK Abdul Momen, on 30 August 2022 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Foreign Minister welcomed Mr Liller and received his credentials issued by UNDP’s Administrator Mr Achim Steiner.
In his role, Mr Liller is responsible for UNDP’s activities in the country, closely collaborating with national stakeholders and international partners to support Bangladesh’s national priorities in line with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
During the meeting with the Foreign Minister, Mr Liller stressed the longstanding partnership between UNDP and Bangladesh since the independence of the country. He vowed to continue UNDP’s full support to the Government of Bangladesh to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, graduate to a middle-income economy and tackle the adversities presented by climate change.
In line with government priorities and in the spirit of Leaving No One Behind, UNDP’s programme in Bangladesh promotes women empowerment, good governance, reducing inequalities, youth employment, climate action, environmental protection and energy efficiency.
Mr Liller is a national of Sweden. He is an international development professional with nearly 20 years of experience working in conflict, post-conflict, low-, middle- and high-income country contexts. He has the policy and programmatic experience in socio-economic development, gender, development finance, energy and environment, governance, and the rule of law.
Prior to taking up his current assignment in Bangladesh, he served as UNDP Resident Representative in Uruguay and before that as UNDP Deputy Resident Representative in Moldova.
He holds a Master of Laws and a Master of Business Administration and Economics, both from Stockholm University.
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