Following the US announcement to end their “relationship with the World Health Organization (WHO)”, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo, Minister of Foreign Affairs Philippe Goffin and Minister of Health Maggie De Block reaffirm their continued support for the WHO. In the midst of this unseen Covid-19 pandemic, our country advocates supporting the organization as much as possible.
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31 MayPress release
17 AprPress release
Tomorrow Deputy Prime Minister Alexander De Croo will participate in the big online concert "One World: Together At Home" organized by superstar Lady Gaga to support the work of the World Health Organization. The minister will explain the Belgian support for the development of a vaccine against the corona virus.
15 AprPress release
After the decision of the United States to hold back their funding to the Wolrd Health Organisation (WHO), deputy prime minister and minister of Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo and minister of Foreign Affairs Philippe Goffin confirm their continued support for the WHO. In the midst of the current unseen Covid-19 pandemic, we advocate supporting the organization as much as possible.
21 NovPress release
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo welcomes the new cooperation agreement between Belgium and the World Health Organization. He was present at the signing of the agreement, this morning, by Maggie De Block, Minister of Health, and Zsuzsanna Jakab, Regional Director of WHO in Europe. Minister De Block signed the ‘Country Cooperation Strategy' on behalf of the Inter-Ministerial Conference on Health. WHO is one of the 15 partner organizations of the Belgian Development Cooperation.