World leaders pledge to confront poverty
9/27/2015
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International Organization adopted during the opening session of the summit of global sustainable development goals package, include support for access to education and health and promote the role of women and ensure gender equality and the fight against global warming. BAGHDAD / Obelisk: World leaders have pledged to work on achieving all the goals of sustainable development formally adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on Friday to address the issues of poverty and inequality, climate change and the promotion of peace in the next fifteen years that. International Organization has adopted during the opening session of the Summit on Sustainable Development Package global goals, including supporting access to education and health and promote the role of women and ensure gender equality and the fight against global warming. The plan also emphasizes the provision of safe sources of energy, jobs and building infrastructure and reducing the protection of the seas resources and efficient use. And take part in the summit, which will last for three days, some 150 world leaders, aims to get out a plan for sustainable development beyond 2015, and replace the new plan replaces the "Millennium Development Goals" adopted by the United Nations in 2000 for a period of fifteen years. He described the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, the adoption of these goals as "a decisive moment in the history of mankind," saying, "It is the agenda of the people in order to eradicate poverty in all its forms, it is the work of the planet's table." He said that these objectives Agenda for the sharing of prosperity, peace and partnership, "conveys the urgent climate action needed, and is rooted in gender equality and respect for the rights of everyone." For its part, German Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed that her country "will of the countries of the international community its strategy to the implementation of the table goals The new Sustainable Development ".

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