Ethiopia urges global partnership and shared prosperity at United Nations address
Ethiopia addressed the United Nations, emphasizing the need for global partnership and shared prosperity. The speech highlighted the challenges of achieving sustainable development goals
Ethiopia addressed the United Nations, emphasizing the urgent need for global partnership and shared prosperity amidst escalating tensions and policy choices that threaten peace and stability worldwide. They highlighted the challenges in achieving sustainable development goals. Ethiopia called for immediate action to mobilize funds for climate change mitigation and adaptation efforts in developing countries, noting that the target of mobilizing $100 billion by 2030 has not been met.
Reforming the UN Security Council was highlighted as imperative, with Ethiopia advocating for permanent seats for Africa, citing political and moral justification. They also commended the UN Secretary-General’s efforts to finance African Union Peace Support operations and stressed the importance of national ownership of security responsibilities.
The speech acknowledged the challenges in implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and called for firm political commitment and renewed global partnership. Ethiopia aligned its ten-year development plan with the goals and emphasized inclusive political and economic reforms.
The speech also emphasized the importance of fostering mutual trust and friendship in regional cooperation, particularly through well-developed infrastructure projects. Ethiopia advocated for Africa’s potential for prosperity and called for inclusive international recognition of its contribution. The speech stressed the resolution of Africa’s debt crisis and provision of additional development finance. Ethiopia highlighted the continent’s transformative Agenda 2063 and called for reform in the international financial architecture.
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