ETHEKWINI DECLARATION PDF
The eThekwini Declaration continues the trend of successively widening and deepening cooperation between the BRICS. The 5th BRICS. The Second African Conference on Sanitation and Hygiene—AfricaSan+5—was heldin Durban, South Africa from February 18–21, , with. 5th BRICS Summit – eThekwini Declaration and Action Plan. 1. We, the leaders of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Russian Federation, the.
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While this may be consistent with ethe,wini monetary policy mandates, major Central Banks should avoid the unintended consequences of these actions in the form of increased volatility of capital flows, currencies and commodity prices, which may have negative growth effects on other economies, in particular developing countries.
We welcome the core objectives of the Russian Presidency in the G20 inin particular the efforts to increased financing for investment and ensure public debt sustainability aimed at ensuring strong, sustainable, inclusive and balanced growth and job creation around the world.
All options should be explored, with an open mind, to achieve this. Declaratoin reiterate our commitment to work together for accelerated progress in attaining declraation Millennium Development Goals MDGs by the target date ofand we call upon other members ethekeini the international community to work towards the same objective.
As the global economy is being reshaped, weare committed to exploring new models and approaches towards more equitable development and inclusive global growth by emphasising complementarities and building on our respective economic strengths. In this regard the critical issue of the mobilization of means of implementation in assisting developing countries needs to be an overarching goal.
In this regard, Ethekwinni and Russia reiterate the importance they attach to the status of Brazil, India and South Africa in international affairs and support their aspiration to play a greater role in the UN. We are deeply concerned about the construction of Israeli settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, which is a violation of international law and harmful to the peace process. This is, particularly regarding the contingency fund, a certain disappointment.
We are committed to forging a stronger partnership for common development. He is the author of IBSA: This constrains global aggregate demand.
Finally, the eThekwini Action Plan is quite similar to last year’s Delhi Action plan which was largely fulfilled – listing an impressive number of ministerial meetings during most of We also remain concerned about reports of deterioration in humanitarian conditions in some countries. The rise of the Global South? We direct our Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors to continue working towards its establishment.
eThekwini Declaration and AfricaSan Action Plan
The downside is clearly that neither initiative is strengthened by more specific information or a timeline. The UN enjoys universal membership and is at the centre of global governance and multilateralism. They have concluded that the establishment of a self-managed contingent reserve arrangement would have a positive precautionary effect, help BRICS countries forestall short-term liquidity pressures, provide mutual support and further strengthen financial stability.
Brazilian foreign policy makers are probably right to have focused on issues other than UNSC reform since Rousseff became president.
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We have agreed to establish the New Development Bank. We ethekwiji agreed to establish the New Development Bank. This is an implicit criticism of etuekwini Assad regime, which obstructs humanitarian organizations’ access to rebel-held areas. We are committed to ensure that new proposals and ethekwin to the Doha Round negotiations will decllaration the core principles and the developmental mandate of the Doha Round.
We welcome the twentieth Anniversary of the World Conference on Human Rights and of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action and agree to explore cooperation in the field of human rights. We call upon all parties to allow safe and unhindered humanitarian access. We support its independence, territorial integrity and sovereignty.
Most notable, perhaps, is the possible creation of a “virtual Secretariat” under the section “New areas of cooperation to be explored” – policy analysts and academics from all BRICS countries should now use the coming year to develop the suggestions made in the last part of the declaration further and enrich the debate with proposals – for example about what a virtual BRICS Secretariat should do.
Paragraph 26 strikes a balance between Russian interests regarding Syria declaratkon any further militarization of the conflict and civil society, which had ethekwiji the Brazilian and South Declaratipn government in particular to include a call to.
The prevailing global governance architecture is regulated by institutions which were conceived in circumstances when the international landscape in all its aspects was characterised by very different challenges and opportunities. We look forward to significant and meaningful deliverables that are balanced and address key development concerns of the poorest and most vulnerable WTO members, at the ninth Ministerial Conference of the WTO in Bali. In this regard, we will explore opportunities for cooperating in the field of SMEs and recognise the need for promoting dialogue among the respective Ministries and Agencies in charge of the theme, particularly with a view to promoting their international exchange and cooperation and fostering innovation, research and development.
SMEs are major creators of jobs and wealth. BRICS cooperation towards more productive use of global financial resources can make a positive contribution to addressing this problem. We express our deep concern with the deterioration of the security and humanitarian situation in Syria and condemn the increasing violations of human rights and of international humanitarian law as decoaration result of continued violence.
Consultative meeting of BRICS Senior Officials in the margins of relevant sustainable development, environment and climate related international fora, where appropriate.
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We note the following meetings held in the implementation of the Delhi Action Plan: We reiterate our strong condemnation of terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and stress that there can be no justification, whatsoever, for any acts of terrorism. Some of these actions produce negative spillover effects on other economies of the world.
We concur that the WTO requires a new leader who demonstrates a commitment to multilateralism and to enhancing the effectiveness of the WTO including through a commitment to support efforts that will lead to an expeditious conclusion of the DDA.
Many LICs are currently in a weaker position to deal with exogenous shocks given the more limited fiscal buffers and the constrained aid envelopes, which will affect their ability to sustain progress towards achieving the MDGs. We commend the efforts of the international community and acknowledge the central role of the African Union AU and its Peace and Security Council in conflict resolution in Africa.
We aim at progressively developing BRICS into a full-fledged mechanism of current and long-term coordination on a wide range of key issues of the world economy and politics. We extend support to the efforts aimed at combating illicit traffic in opiates originating in Afghanistan within the framework of the Paris Pact.
We are fully committed to a coordinated inter-governmental process for the elaboration of the UN development agenda.
It would also contribute to strengthening the global financial safety net and complement existing international arrangements as an additional line of defence.
Brazil, Russia and China express their sympathy to the South African and Indian governments for the casualties that their citizens suffered in the CAR. Indonesia’s Mari Elka Pangestu is thought to be the favorite. We are committed to building a harmonious world of lasting peace and common prosperity and reaffirm that the 21stcentury should be marked by peace, security, development, and cooperation.
We express our deep concern with instability stretching from North Africa, in particular the Sahel, and the Gulf of Guinea.
We emphasise the importance of political inclusiveness and economic and social development in order for Mali to achieve sustainable peace and stability. We reaffirm our support for an open, transparent and ethhekwini multilateral trading system.
We support the civilian efforts of the Malian Government and its international community partners in realising the transitional programme leading up to the presidential deflaration legislative elections.
We urge all members to take all necessary steps to achieve an agreement on the quota formula and complete ethemwini next general quota review by January We reiterate our strong commitment to the United Nations UN as the foremost multilateral forum entrusted with bringing about hope, peace, order and sustainable development to the world.