Doha, 6 March 2023 (TDI): Azerbaijan’s Foreign Minister, Jeyhun Bayramov, attended the Fifth UN Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) in Qatar.
In his opening remarks, Jeyhun Bayramov emphasized the importance of international cooperation and solidarity to address the challenges the least developed countries face. Bayramov believes the summit seeks solutions to these nations’ poverty, disease & conflict.
He reaffirmed Azerbaijan’s commitment to achieving sustainable development for LDCs through the implementation of the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The Foreign Minister also highlighted Azerbaijan’s efforts in providing development assistance to the LDCs, particularly in education, healthcare, and infrastructure.
He underscored the need for innovative financing mechanisms and increased public-private partnerships to address the financing gap in the LDCs.
He stated that the LDC5 summit allows the international community to expedite sustainable development in these countries. Furthermore, he noted it guarantees that no one is left behind in the drive for global growth.
Foreign Minister’s participation in the LDC5 conference demonstrates Azerbaijan’s commitment to developing the least developed countries and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
It reflects Azerbaijan’s active engagement in multilateral diplomacy. It also supports the United Nations’ efforts to promote international cooperation and solidarity.
Azerbaijan remains dedicated to collaborating with the international community to address the LDCs’ challenges. The country is devoted to achieving the shared vision of a more prosperous and sustainable world.
In addition to attending the LDC5 conference, the Foreign Minister’s visit to Qatar includes high-level bilateral meetings with the Prime Minister.
These meetings will permit Azerbaijan to strengthen its relationships with other countries. It will explore opportunities for cooperation on various issues, including sustainable development.
The LDCs conference brings together delegates from around the world to discuss ways of supporting the world’s poorest and most vulnerable countries.
The summit strives to identify strategies and initiatives to assist these countries in overcoming issues such as poverty, disease, and conflict.
The conference provides an atmosphere for the least developed countries worldwide to debate their development priorities. They can ask for international assistance in achieving their sustainable development objectives.
The LDC5 conference allows all countries to work together towards a common goal. By sharing their experiences and expertise, countries can learn from one another and develop effective strategies for supporting LDCs.
The conference will run from 5 March to 9 March 2023. It will feature a range of high-level dialogues, panel discussions, and side events on various development issues.
The forum’s outcomes will contribute to the global efforts to accelerate sustainable development in LDCs. It will promote inclusive and equitable development for all.