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Global Economic Governance – 66th GA

In its resolution 65/94 on “The United Nations in global governance”, the General Assembly recognized the need for inclusive, transparent and effective multilateral system to better address the urgent global challenges of today and reaffirmed the central role of the United Nations in ongoing efforts to find common solutions to such challenges.

In the same resolution, the General Assembly decided to include in the provisional agenda of its sixty-sixth session, under the item entitled “Strengthening of the United Nations system”, a new sub-item entitled “Central role of the United Nations system in global governance”, and requested the Secretary-General to submit an analytical report focusing on global economic governance and development, to be prepared in consultation with Member States and relevant organizations of the United Nations system, taking into account such relevant inputs as the informal thematic debate on global governance to be organized by the President of the Assembly, without prejudice to the focus of possible future debates on this issue to be determined by the Assembly.

Views of Member States

 

Australia

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Belgium

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China

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Costa Rica

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Egypt

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European Union

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France

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Gabon

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Iraq

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Liechtenstein

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Mexico

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Norway

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Panama

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Qatar

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Saudi Arabia

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Senegal

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Singapore

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Switzerland

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United States of America

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