His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of the country, announced today, Sunday, the provision of 60 million US dollars to support the development of the least developed countries.
His Highness inaugurated the Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries, held under the slogan "From potential to prosperity"This morning, at the Qatar National Convention Center.
In his speech, His Highness affirmed that the State of Qatar is proud to continue its active role in multilateral international action in various fields, development, humanitarian, human rights, and mediation to promote international peace and security, according to the Qatar News Agency. "Qena".
His Highness added: In this context, and based on our National Vision 2030, which upholds the values and principles of cooperation, partnership, and solidarity in helping countries, peoples and societies suffering from humanitarian crises, conflicts, poverty, and debt, the State of Qatar has made many humanitarian and development contributions in accordance with the formulas Bilateral and multilateral cooperation, especially within the framework of strategic partnerships with the United Nations and other leading international institutions.
His Highness said: Based on the firm commitment of the State of Qatar towards supporting the development process of the least developed countries, I announced a financial contribution of a total of 60 million US dollars, of which 10 million dollars is allocated to support the implementation of the activities of the Doha Work Program for the benefit of the least developed countries, and an amount of 50 million is allocated $1 million to support the deliverables of the Doha Work Program and build resilience in the least developed countries. I call on development partners to follow Qatar’s example and take the initiative to support the implementation of the Doha Work Program as part of our humanitarian and development duty towards the people of the least developed countries.
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