The discussions for the adoption of the new Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 concluded on Sunday in New York. Their goal was to formally adopt a new sustainable development agenda. With this agenda, the international community and national governments aim at promoting prosperity and well-being for all over the next 15 years.
Each year more than one billion people travel to different places throughout the world. Whenever they do so, they obtain the power to drive inclusive development, create jobs and help safeguard the world’s shared natural and cultural heritage. Indeed, when approached in a sustainable way, tourism has the potential to create a better world for us all. Make your actions count! Only together can we transform one billion tourists into one billion opportunities!
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo welcome the re-establishment of President Kafando in his functions, on the 23rd of November, and the announced return to the transition process in Burkina Faso. The Ministers welcome the commitment of the countries from the region to restore law and bring peace and stability.