President of the Republic Nayib Boucle at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, 2022. /Presidential position
El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele will be the sixth leader this afternoon to address the United Nations General Assembly, which begins its 78th year of leadership debates today. Session held at the organization’s headquarters in New York, USA.
The president said his speech will be broadcast on El Salvador’s national television network at 8 p.m.
El Salvador will also participate in three high-level meetings on pandemic prevention, universal health coverage, and the fight against tuberculosis, where it will adopt a political declaration, El Salvador’s Ambassador to the United Nations Egliselda López reported.
The motto of the debate was: “To rebuild trust, reinvigorate global solidarity and achieve peace, prosperity, progress and sustainability for all, we are committed to the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals “Accelerate action.”
The United Nations said world leaders should have met from Monday to “consider the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and its 17 SDGs.”
The 17 SDGs include poverty eradication, health and well-being, education and quality, decent work and economic growth, and peace, justice and strong institutions.
Today’s debate will begin with speeches from UN Secretary-General António Guterres and General Assembly President Dennis Francis. He will continue to meet with Brazilian President Lula da Silva. Joe Biden from the United States. And from Colombia, Gustavo Petro.
Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei is also scheduled to give a speech in the morning.
In the afternoon, Mr. Bukele intervenes after Argentine President Alberto Fernández intervenes.
Promotion of SDGs.
The UN Secretary-General has proposed providing a $500 billion stimulus package for the SDGs to help developing countries achieve the 2030 Agenda. According to UN News, the UN Secretary-General has proposed providing a $500 billion stimulus package for the SDGs to help developing countries achieve the 2030 Agenda. “Only 15% are on board and many are doing well,” he detailed. He explained that the SDGs are not about “filling a box,” but rather about “righting the wrongs of history and mending the world’s divisions” and putting the world on the path to “lasting peace.” .
Bukele’s speech at the United Nations a year ago.
In a speech at the United Nations in September 2022, shortly after announcing his interest in running for re-election, President Bukele told “powerful countries”: “If you don’t want to help us, don’t get in our way.” “It is imperative that those in power respect our freedoms,” he said. The president added at the time that El Salvador strives to be “the safest country in America.”
Topic: Summit discussion
1. Antonio Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations.
2. Dennis Francis, President of the General Assembly.
3. Inacio Lula da Silva, President of Brazil.
4. US President Joseph Biden.
5. Gustavo Petro, President of Colombia.
6. King Abdullah II ibn al-Hussein, King of Jordan.
7. Andrzej Duda, President of Poland.
8. Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermudez, President of Cuba.
9. President Turkiye, Erdoğan.
10. Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, President of Portugal.
11. Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of Qatar.
12. Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa.
13. Serdar Berdimuhamedov, President of Turkmenistan.
14. Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine.
15. Alejandro Giammattei, President of Guatemala.
16-19. President of Hungary, Switzerland, Slovenia, and Uzbekistan.
1. Luis Arce Catacora, President of Bolivia.
2. Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, President of Kazakhstan.
3. Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi, President of Iran.
4. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, President of Algeria.
5. Alberto Fernández, President of Argentina.
6. Nayib Boucle, President of El Salvador.
7-18. Presidents of Paraguay, Peru, Panama, Uruguay, Germany, Japan, etc.
Source: Diario Elmundo