11 Countries oppose Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness, and Response [09.26.23 update]
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Political Declaration of the United Nations General Assembly High-level Meeting on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response.
The 11 countries are: Russia, Belarus, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Cuba, Syria, Venezuela, Eritrea, Korea, Zimbabwe and Iran Their letter is well written.
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“But the Agenda is a promise, not a guarantee. At the halftime mark, the promise is in deep peril. For the first time in decades, development progress is reversing.” 06:18 mins
Adopting Landmark Declaration, General Assembly Calls for Strengthening High-level International Coordination to Improve Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness, Response
World leaders adopted a political declaration today calling for stronger international collaboration and coordination at the highest political levels to better prevent, prepare for and respond to pandemics, as the General Assembly held its first ever high-level meeting on the subject.
In the wide-ranging document, the Assembly committed to work to make access to pandemic-related products — such as vaccines, diagnostics and therapeutics — timely, sustainable and equitable, while calling on the World Health Organization (WHO) to coordinate this with relevant partners.
O’Neill Briefing: The United Nations Political Declaration on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness, and Response
The UN High-Level Meeting in New York was held as the World Health Organization (WHO) negotiates two fundamental reforms: a new Pandemic Accord and revisions to the International Health Regulations (2005) (IHR). Since the founding of the UN and WHO in the aftermath of World War II, there has perhaps never been more consequential moment for global health security. The processes in New York and Geneva come in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the greatest threat to global public health in a century.
Yet, UN members are squandering a historic opportunity to right the wrongs of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Political Declaration, as adopted, is purely aspirational and contains few concrete commitments, funding, or accountability mechanisms. The UN Political Declaration’s “call to action” contains no actual commitments to action, no new norms, no accountability, and no funding pledges.
The only firm commitment is to hold another convening in 2026. By that time, much, if not all, of the political momentum as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic will be lost.
The Political Declaration represents a missed opportunity to hold leaders’ feet to the fire in ensuring negotiations in Geneva result in true commitments from heads of state for equitable and effective global governance for the next pandemic. Support from heads of state and government for bold norms in the Pandemic Accord and revised IHR could be transformative. We examine key aspects of the Political Declaration, how they purport to correct governance failures during COVID-19, and why they fall far short. Continue reading at
High Level United Nations Bullsh!t
The “powers that be” are trying to misrepresent what happened on September 20, 2023. Please read the article below and share it widely.
I reported numerous times regarding the “Silence Procedure.”
Under this procedure, a draft resolution is circulated to Member States with a timeline to respond. If a country supports a resolution, it does nothing. If it opposes a resolution, it sends an email breaking silence. Just one such action stops the adoption of the resolution and could trigger an extension of time for revisions or to resolve the objections.
Eleven countries formally objected to political declarations scheduled to be adopted during High Level Meetings (HLM) at the annual United Nations General Assembly.
Please be sure that you have read “Broken Silence” first. This previous article will provide some of the background needed to understand what happened at the United Nations today (September 20, 2023).
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