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Maldives shares SIDS experiences on policy and poverty eradication

 9 May 2017, New York; Speaking at the 2017 Integration Segment hosted by the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) H.E. Mr. Ahmed Sareer, Ambassador of Maldives, shared specific issues of Maldives and SIDS on the topic of moving forward to integrate poverty eradication into policy, with panelists providing…

Maldives shares SIDS experiences on policy and poverty eradication Maldives shares SIDS experiences on policy and poverty eradication

Maldives calls for innovative approaches to international cooperation to strengthen fight against organised crime

  8 May 2017, New York, At the United Nations Security Council Arria Formula meeting, H.E. Mr. Ahmed Sareer, Permanent Representative of the Maldives to the United Nations called upon the international community to explore innovative ways to combat organized crime and stressed on the importance of enhancing cooperation and coordination…

Maldives calls for innovative approaches to international cooperation to strengthen fight against organised crime Maldives calls for innovative approaches to international cooperation to strengthen fight against organised crime

Maldives condemns Israeli decision to create new settlements in the occupied territories of Palestine

20 April 2017, New York, Speaking at the United Nations Security Council Open Debate on "the situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian Question", the Deputy Permanent Representative of Maldives to the United Nations Ms. Farzana Zahir expressed concern over the continued expansion of illegal settlements in the occupied…

Maldives condemns Israeli decision to create new settlements in the occupied territories of Palestine Maldives condemns Israeli decision to create new settlements in the occupied territories of Palestine

The Maldives calls the United Nations System to review its capacity to respond to the security implications of climate change

New York, 10 April 2017; Speaking at the United Nations Security Council Open Arria Formula meeting, H.E. Mr Ahmed Sareer, Permanent Representative of the Maldives to the United Nations, called on to intensify efforts to finance adaptation and mitigation mechanisms that can help developing countries, particularly small island developing states…

The Maldives calls the United Nations System to review its capacity to respond to the security implications of climate change The Maldives calls the United Nations System to review its capacity to respond to the security implications of climate change

Maldives calls attention to designing appropriate policies and programmes to meet the needs of all groups in society

New York, 5 April, 2017; Permanent Representative of the Maldives to the United Nations, His Excellency Mr. Ahmed Sareer underscored the importance of designing policies that improves and meet the needs of all groups in society. The Ambassador further stressed that such policies are critical to the realisation of greater…

Maldives calls attention to  designing appropriate policies and programmes to meet the needs of all groups in society Maldives calls attention to  designing appropriate policies and programmes to meet the needs of all groups in society

Ambassador Sareer highlights importance of Oceans for the sustainable development of SIDS

8 March 2017, Belgium: "SIDS are the stewards of large expanses of oceans and seas. Numerous areas beyond national jurisdiction are adjacent to our Exclusive Economic Zones and due to the interconnected nature of our oceans, any activities being undertaken in these areas often have a direct or indirect impact…

Ambassador Sareer highlights importance of Oceans for the sustainable development of SIDS Ambassador Sareer highlights importance of Oceans for the sustainable development of SIDS

The Maldives Candidacy to the United Nations Human Rights Council 2018-2020 - Human Rights Commitments & Pledges

The Maldives Candidacy to the United Nations Human Rights Council 2018-2020 HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITMENTS AND PLEDGES The Republic of Maldives The Maldives is a small island developing State that champions multilateralism and uphold international law. Promoting the respect for human rights is a prioritised national interest of the Maldives and a…

The Maldives Candidacy to the United Nations Human Rights Council 2018-2020 - Human Rights Commitments & Pledges The Maldives Candidacy to the United Nations Human Rights Council 2018-2020 - Human Rights Commitments & Pledges

"Maldives urges the UN development boards to support the special circumstances of SIDS in their programmes

New York, 14 February 2017: Maldives, on behalf of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) made statements at the Executive Board meetings of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and UN Women for the year 2017. Speaking at the Executive Board of the United Nations…

Maldives shares SIDS experiences on policy and poverty eradication

Wednesday, 10 May 2017 09:13

 Sareer_at_ECOSOC_Intergration_Panel_9 May 2017, New York; Speaking at the 2017 Integration Segment hosted by the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) H.E. Mr. Ahmed Sareer, Ambassador of Maldives, shared specific issues of Maldives and SIDS on the topic of moving forward to integrate poverty eradication into policy, with panelists providing examples fromnational experience.

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Maldives calls for innovative approaches to international cooperation to strengthen fight against organised crime

Monday, 08 May 2017 20:09

Ambassador_Sareer_-_CPD_49_Item_48 May 2017, New York; At the United Nations Security Council Arria Formula meeting, H.E. Mr. Ahmed Sareer, Permanent Representative of the Maldives to the United Nations called upon the international community to explore innovative ways to combat organized crime and stressed on the importance of enhancing cooperation and coordination through capacity building and technical assistance to the most vulnerable societies.

Speaking at the event, he noted that transnational organised networks do not just threaten international peace and security but also they represent serious violations of human rights and undermine social and economic development.

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Maldives calls for innovative approaches to international cooperation to strengthen fight against organised crime

Monday, 08 May 2017 09:12

 

DPR_at_Security_Council_8 May 2017, New York, At the United Nations Security Council Arria Formula meeting, H.E. Mr. Ahmed Sareer, Permanent Representative of the Maldives to the United Nations called upon the international community to explore innovative ways to combat organized crime and stressed on the importance of enhancing cooperation and coordination through capacity building and technical assistance to the most vulnerable societies.

Speaking at the event, he noted that transnational organised networks do not just threaten international peace and security but also they represent serious violations of human rights and undermine social and economic development.

In his intervention on the subject, "international cooperation in criminal matters within peace and security pillars: the role of central authorities", Ambassador Sareer noted that the Maldives has in the recent past strengthened its legal framework and institutional architecture to establish a coordinated response mechanism to fight the scourge of organised crimes.

The Maldives highlighted that transnational organised networks create vectors of violence that leave a trail of death and destruction in their wake and that there is a growing connection of these networks to terrorist groups, which makes countering those networks only more essential with the United Nations and the Security Council having an important role to play. The Maldives also called upon the Member States to deepen their participation in regional and sub-regional initiatives and organisations, in a spirit of cooperation and determination, to work towards improving the comprehensiveness of regional frameworks dealing with the subject.

The Open Arria Formula meeting was convened by the Delegation of Italy and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

 


   

Maldives condemns Israeli decision to create new settlements in the occupied territories of Palestine

Thursday, 20 April 2017 17:17

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20 April 2017, New York, Speaking at the United Nations Security Council Open Debate on "the situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian Question", the Deputy Permanent Representative of Maldives to the United Nations Ms. Farzana Zahir expressed concern over the continued expansion of illegal settlements in the occupied territory of the State of Palestine by Israel.

The Maldives expressed concern for the continuous disregard to international law by Israel, and condemned its recent decision to create new settlements in Geulat Zion, further exacerbating tensions in the region and undermining any credible solution towards peace.  In this regard, the Maldives called on Israel to respect its international obligations in particular to the United Nations Security Council resolution2334 (2016), which calls on Israel to take steps to cease all settlement activities in the occupied territory of the State of Palestine.

The Maldives statement further reiterated its call for a two-state solution recognizing the sovereign and independent State of Palestine, based on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital.

Deputy Permanent Representative Farzana, while also reflecting on the ongoing situation in Syria urged the Security Council for concrete progress in the implementation of it's resolutions on issues relating to the Middle East.

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The Maldives calls the United Nations System to review its capacity to respond to the security implications of climate change

Monday, 10 April 2017 16:17

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New York, 10 April 2017; Speaking at the United Nations Security Council Open Arria Formula meeting, H.E. Mr Ahmed Sareer, Permanent Representative of the Maldives to the United Nations, called on to intensify efforts to finance adaptation and mitigation mechanisms that can help developing countries, particularly small island developing states like the Maldives, to reduce the risks posed to their security from the threat of sea-level rise.

In its intervention on the subject, "Security Implications of Climate Change: Sea-level rise", held today, the Maldives warned of the serious dangers to low- lying coastal communities around the world due to sea- level rise such as the Maldives.

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