The United Nation (UN) announced today that next week will host a debate on the state of the world economy, with the participation of several heads of State and Government, in order to study measures to improve the financial situation.
Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and General Assembly President, Nasir Abdulaziz al Nasser, announced today in a joint statement that debate the next 17 and 18 May to “contribute to efforts international force for the recovery of the global economy. ”
It is expected that in addition to heads of State and Government participating in the two-day meeting various ministers of Economy and Foreign advanced by the UN, which has also invited economic experts and heads of several regional development banks.
So far, the international organization has received confirmation of the attendance of six heads of state and government and sixteen ministers, although spokesmen for Ban and Al Naser avoided giving names to the press at the moment.
The intention is to enable discussion of the economic recovery is “sustainable, inclusive and equitable”, so it will pay particular attention to “sustainable development and therefore to respond to the specific needs of the poorest people and vulnerable world, “the statement said.
“The United Nations has an important role to play that discussions on the global economy,” said Ban and Al Naser, they hope the debate will help to “success” of the upcoming UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio +20) , held in Brazil next month and the G20 summit in Mexico.
This high-level debate will be structured in four games, including one that will focus on the fight against unemployment and social protection, and one that will address the sustainability of government debt and inflation and deflation.
Another panel will also assess the development of scenarios for increased production, trade and investment, and another will focus on increasing the stability and transparency in the operations of the global financial system.
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