On the fifth United Nations Convention on the Least Developed Nations (LDC), Vietnamese Deputy Minister of International Affairs Le Thi Thu Hold referred to as on developed international locations to switch know-how and supply monetary assist for the least developed international locations through the inexperienced transition and carbon emission discount course of.
Deputy Minister Hold, who led a Vietnamese delegation to the fifth LDC held in Qatar from Sunday to Wednesday, hailed the which means of the convention.
She instructed enhancing the least developed international locations’ inside forces and nationwide competitiveness based mostly on their strengths and traits.
It’s also vital to boost their market entry functionality.
Based on the Vietnamese Ministry of International Affairs, Deputy Minister Hold additionally shared Vietnam’s expertise in quick and sustainable socio-economic improvement.
She affirmed that Vietnam is prepared to behave as a bridge connecting developed and least developed international locations, particularly via the South-South cooperation, a time period traditionally utilized by policymakers and lecturers to explain the trade of assets, know-how, and information between creating international locations, and tripartite cooperation agreements.
The fifth LDC, themed ‘From Potential to Prosperity,’ was attended by some 5,000 delegates, together with high-ranking leaders of the United Nations and the least developed international locations.
The convention permitted a press release affirming the dedication to the deployment of the Doha program of motion with six key focus areas.
They embrace investing in folks within the least developed international locations to depart nobody behind and enhancing their worldwide commerce and regional integration.
Inside the framework of the fifth LDC, Hold met with representatives of Cuba, India, Benin, Uganda, Eswatini, Kazakhstan, Venezuela, the World Financial institution, and UNESCO.
She additionally held talks with leaders of the Ministry of International Affairs, the Ministry of Commerce and Trade, the Ministry of Labor, and the Chamber of Commerce and Trade of Qatar.
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