Participants at the 14th ASEM Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Madrid, Spain, on December 15-16, 2019 (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Fifty-three partners of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) have committed to working together to contain and prevent the spreading of COVID-19 pandemic. In a statement released on September 7, they recognised that combating the COVID-19 pandemic will require concerted international cooperation, effective actions by multilateral organisations, and support for multilateralism by ASEM partners, based on UN principles and values. The partners reaffirmedtheir commitment to working together and sharing experiences, best practices and information in a free, responsible, transparent and timely manner in order to decisively and effectively control the spread of the pandemic. They supported the United Nations’ call for shared responsibility, global solidarity and strengthened multilateral cooperation in response to the multidimensional impacts of COVID-19, especially the importance of the World Health Organisation (WHO) in coordinating the health response to the pandemic. “We reaffirm our commitment to maintain the momentum of ASEM to strengthen multilateralism for socio-economic resilience. The virus will not weaken our resolve to stand together in solidarity and our mutual support during this difficult time”, read the statement. The ASEM statement on COVID-19 was compiled with coordination… Read full this story
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