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- Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
- General Assembly
- Policy Brief on Africa
- Africa Dialogue Series
- Peacekeeping Missions
- WHO Report
- Cabo Verde
- UN Global Compact
- Latin America
- EL Salvador
GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM
The Secretary-General continues to follow closely developments related to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). He notes the good progress in the negotiations between the Arab Republic of Egypt, the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and the Republic of Sudan thus far and he encourages the three parties to persevere with efforts to peacefully resolve any remaining differences and to achieve a mutually beneficial agreement.
The Secretary-General underscores the importance of the 2015 Declaration of Principles on the dam, which emphasizes cooperation based on common understanding, mutual benefit, good faith, win-win, and the principles of international law.
The Secretary-General encourages progress towards an amicable agreement in accordance with the spirit of these Principles.
UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY
The Secretary-General has written a letter to the President of the General Assembly about the forthcoming General Assembly session. In the letter, he presents options for Member States to consider in order to ensure the holding of the general debate in September.
The decision on how to hold the debate lies with Member States. And the Secretariat will, of course, support whatever decision is taken by them. Dr. Ashish Jha, director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, tells Lawrence O'Donnell that the U.S. is still shut down because the Trump administration "failed to get coronavirus testing in place." Ron Klain also joins the discussion. Aired on 04/28/2020.