Dhaka : LDC Group, speaking at the first meeting of the new UN Secretary-General Antonio gutereja, presided over by the Permanent Representative of Bangladesh Masud Bin Momen.
LDC Group, speaking at the first meeting of the new UN Secretary-General Antonio gutereja, presided over by the Permanent Representative of Bangladesh Masud Bin Momen.
The United Nations will continue to provide support to increase the maximum capacity of the LDCs, said the secretary general of the Organization gutereja Antonio.
United Nations Headquarters in New York on Wednesday, the first talks with the LDCs, he said. After taking the responsibility of the United Nations Secretary-General’s first meeting with the LDC Group. The meeting was conducted by the Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to the United Nations and the Global Coordination Bureau of the Chairperson of eladisira ambassador Masud Bin Momen.
The UN secretary general, 0.15-0 national income. 0% of aid to the LDCs to developed countries to fulfill the commitment to come forward. Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to take effective measures to support the development efforts of developing countries urged the United Nations Secretary-General.
The next step in the transition from the least developed countries in the LDC category phases of the success of the United Nations describes it as a bright addition Masud Bin Momen. He said the United Nations will have to go through the time-specific and country-based support. Category passed the LDC countries will continue to co-operate, so they do not come back again.
Permanent Representative said, lasting peace, progress and LDCs, this passage is essential for the successful implementation of Agenda 030.
Other permanent representatives to the UN LDC countries in their respective speeches highlighted the multi-faceted challenges. They demanded full implementation of the commitment of the developed countries in this regard. The meeting of representatives from LDCs and LDC countries for the newly established Technology and bank financing for the new strategy to the next step in the transition to full support of the United Nations Secretary-General strongly expect.