According to the 2030 document, the government’s agenda for sustainable development is based on the goals of sustainable development 2030, and it is assumed that “all people and provinces in the country as well as other countries in the world and all stakeholders with cooperation and based on “Partnerships are implementing this plan.” The proposed agenda of the government is as an integrated action plan, partnerships, with the people, for the whole country and the motherland, which selects prosperity and peace as one of the five pillars that will be selected in the 2030 document. Therefore, this proposed government will start its movement with a specific goal to encourage and promote effective public, governmental and private partnerships and civil society, relying on this experience and cooperating on cooperation strategies.

This partnership enables the coordination of policies and strategies and their implementation. Such joint efforts can maximize resource potential, prevent over-investment or overlap, benefit from synergies, and introduce a culture of participatory and social work to the country and its people in society so that Achieved the formation of parties with different ideas in the country. For these reasons, in this proposed government, cooperation must always be actively examined to ensure that everyone is involved in the development of the country and that no one from the community is left out.

Partnerships stimulate different strengths and perspectives of creativity and innovation. These partnerships are often made through unique capabilities and achievements that can lead the community toward common goals. Contributions are made at all levels – international, regional, national, provincial and local. Skills, experiences, knowledge and resources are very different, but they can complement each other to prepare everyone for an initiative or a program to create, strengthen or organize the management of the country. Partnerships can create diversity and can also increase organizational knowledge, capacity and capabilities. These types of partnerships can enhance spatial processes and services and improve the effectiveness of country management and the sharing of government and country-related information and resources.

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