30 NGOs from G7 countries issue a statement of support for Azerbaijan regarding COP29

30 NGOs from G7 countries issue a statement of support for Azerbaijan regarding COP29
# 17 May 2024 10:14 (UTC +04:00)

A number of NGOs attending the Civil Society Summit of the G7 countries in Italy issued a statement of support for Azerbaijan as a COP29 country, APA reports.

The statement reads: "We, the undersigned civil society organizations, support the COP29 Presidency and Azerbaijan, the hosting country, as they embark on the vital mission of steering the global community towards a sustainable and resilient future.

Given our deep concern regarding the urgent environmental impact of climate change confronting our planet, we highly appreciate every step that serves to tackle the climate crisis.

By providing a platform for nations to converge, share expertise, and forge alliances, Azerbaijan demonstrates exemplary leadership in advancing the collective efforts to mitigate climate change.

By prioritizing meaningful engagement with CSOs, Azerbaijan will enrich the discussions at COP29, promote inclusivity, and ultimately advance the collective efforts towards achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement. This accomplishment showcases Azerbaijan's capacity for effective multilateral diplomacy and highlights its crucial role in shaping a sustainable future for generations to come.

We believe that COP29 Azerbaijan will foster significant cooperation, inspire ambitious pledges, and navigate the world to a consensus.

We unite in solidarity with the COP29 Presidency, Azerbaijan, and other civil society groups worldwide in their endeavors to accelerate climate action and forge a promising future for our planet.

In Solidarity for a Green World!

Signatures:

  1. Martina Rocci – FAO, Italy
  1. Mariarosaria Ercolini – FAO, Italy
  1. Lara Savini – UNESCO, Italy
  1. Viktoriia Gruzdeva - Global Governance NGO, Italy
  1. Alessia Luca - Institute of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
  1. Damian Facciolo – Global Health WG in C7, Italy
  1. Davide Giacomino - Network italiano Salute Globale, Italy
  1. Mariagrazia Midulla – Climate Justice WG in C7, Italy
  1. Elisa Bernelli - Network italiano Salute Globale, Italy
  1. Willam Gois- Migrant Forum Asia, Italy
  1. Ellie Parravani - Network italiano Salute Globale, Italy
  1. Giulia Valente - Global Governance NGO, Italy
  1. Gaia Mucci – Institute of Tor Vergata, Italy
  1. Federica Rodigliano - Institute of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
  1. Alessia Bozza - Institute of Tor Vergata, Italy
  1. Lucrezia Martone - Institute of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
  1. Eugenia Ettori - Institute of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
  1. Lavinia Piselli - Institute of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
  1. Martina Giacomelli - Institute of Tor Vergata, Italy
  1. Yuta Takahashi - Katawara Association, Japan
  1. Suryakanta Acharya - Katawara Association, Japan
  1. Miki Arisaka - Rice hokkaido central, Japan
  1. Cate Nyambura - ATHENA Network, Kenya
  1. Mini Murthy - Center for public health, USA
  1. JEAN-PAUL NGUEYA - Jeunesse du Monde en Action, France
  1. Radhya Almutawakel - Mwatana for human rights, Yemen
  1. Chris Gapfizi – FAO, Ruanda
  1. Paolo Mattei - Tor Vergata and Université Paris-Est Creteil (UPEC), Italy
  1. Joseph Silali – Thompson Reuters foundation, Kenya
  1. Oumar Sow - Gcap Sénégal, Seneqal

Recall that recently influential foreign NGOs have been issuing consistent statements (​https://en.apa.az/cop29/pacja-issues-statement-on-azerbaijans-leadership-in-field-of-global-climate-action-436616) of support for Azerbaijan as a COP29 country. Recently, a group of foreign NGOs participating in the UN Civil Society Conference - 128 foreign NGOs - released a statement welcoming Azerbaijan's activities in the field of global climate action.

These statements show that the world welcomes Azerbaijan's global initiatives beneficial to all.

1 2 3 4 5 İDMAN XƏBƏR
#
#

THE OPERATION IS BEING PERFORMED