The Summit on Sustainable Development concludes this Sunday

27 September 2015

The leaders of Ecuador, Venezuela, Brazil, Paraguay, Costa Rica and Mexico will speak before the plenary session of the United Nations Summit on Sustainable Development that concludes this Sunday, with the presence of the President of the United States.

The meeting has broken records with the attendance of more than 150 heads of State and Government, foreign ministers and other high officials, who have come to express the hopes and desires of the peoples to advance in the fight against poverty, inequality and change. climate.

In addition to the plenary session, two interactive Summit dialogues will take place, one related to creating effective, accountable and inclusive institutions to achieve sustainable development and the other on protecting our planet and fighting climate change.

Among many other side events, there will also be a high-level ministerial meeting on the theme “Acting together for world heritage”, with the participation of INTERPOL, UNESCO and UNODC.

27 September 2015

The leaders of Ecuador, Venezuela, Brazil, Paraguay, Costa Rica and Mexico will speak before the plenary session of the United Nations Summit on Sustainable Development that concludes this Sunday, with the presence of the President of the United States.

The meeting has broken records with the attendance of more than 150 heads of State and Government, foreign ministers and other high officials, who have come to express the hopes and desires of the peoples to advance in the fight against poverty, inequality and change. climate.

In addition to the plenary session, two interactive Summit dialogues will take place, one related to creating effective, accountable and inclusive institutions to achieve sustainable development and the other on protecting our planet and fighting climate change.

Among many other side events, there will also be a high-level ministerial meeting on the theme “Acting together for world heritage”, with the participation of INTERPOL, UNESCO and UNODC.