Sudan participates in the ministerial meeting of the least developed countries

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Mr. Ali Al-Sadiq Ali, Minister of Foreign Affairs, participated yesterday evening with Sudan’s statement in the Ministerial Meeting of the Least Developed Countries under the slogan (Doha Work Program to Accelerate the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals in the least developed countries.”

The statements of the participating ministers, according to SUNA, centered on the topic of sustainable and resilient recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic and the importance of implementing the Doha Work Program. The development partners also announced their commitment to multilateralism in order to achieve the implementation of the sustainable development goals in the least developed countries.

The Minister delivered Sudan’s statement, in which he stressed that Sudan attaches great importance to the implementation of the sustainable development goals and the steps taken by Sudan, which confirmed the firm desire of the government to do so. He also called on development partners, the United Nations system and international financial institutions to provide the necessary assistance to Sudan at this sensitive stage of its his political history.

The Minister affirmed Sudan’s welcome to the State of Qatar’s hosting of the Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries, pointing to Sudan’s aspirations that the Doha Work Program for the next ten years would be the first program to address the repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic in the least developed countries, as well as the food, energy and climate change crises, and that the program would be Doha’s work is an opportunity to bring about substantial improvement and tangible progress at all levels, the results of which are in the interest of the least developed countries.

Khartoum: (Kush News)


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