Bangkok Post: Minister of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Industry Led a delegation of Ministers to the Asia-Pacific Sub-regional Conference on the National Academy of Sciences In the least developed countries (LDCs) to support the 2030 Agenda. The meeting was held at the UN Conference Center (UNCC) in Bangkok, Thailand, from 3 to 3 February 4, 2020.
The Joint Meeting of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) led by Mr. kaveh Zahedi, Secretary Associate of the UNESCAP and the UN Technology Bank for the least developed countries (UN Technology Bank) Directed by Joshua Stipa, CEO of the organization, aims to discuss key issues Such as: – Local and global sustainable development – The state of science, technology, and innovation Asia Pacific – Function of the Regional Academy of Science, Technology and Innovation.
Speaking on the occasion, Senior Minister of State Pratichet Chamkret highly appreciated the consultation and confirmed that : People living in less developed countries are now expected to double That will reach 1.9 billion by 2050. With an additional 630 million young people (about one-third of the estimated LDCs) By 2050) will enter the job market without increasing the capacity for science, technology and innovation. (S TI).
If not in a timely manner to build capacity for science, technology and innovation, the goal of eradicating poverty is growing. The goal of eliminating structural barriers and ensuring sustainable development and the way it works for the year 2030 remains A long-term dream for the country Millions of poor joints.
According to recent figures, we recognize that the share of the world export market is poor That's under 2%. Therefore, the world needs to step up efforts to boost the market share of poor countries to two. More with their partners. Market access and innovation as well as trade facilitation will certainly help LDCs to participate in the economy. Get more done by attracting investment and promoting responsible businesses by: Sustainable industrialization for inclusive development.
Amid the global economic slowdown, it has become clear that the countries in need Less development still needs attention and strong support for the agenda Their 2030s. On the other hand, L D Cs will need to be ready to tackle and negatively impact climate change. The foundation of life is achieved through sustained and sustained growth.
“Building science, technology and innovation capacity is the only hope we have,” he said. For all poor countries to achieve prosperity: 2030. So today's sub-regional debate is a huge opportunity for us to exchange ideas on the role of science. In How: Developing Regional and Global Sustainability, Changing Class Experience Regional and National Participation of the American Academy of Vocational Training: Development Sustainable National and Country Testing for Supporting Doctoral dissertation Retaining and strengthening the existing Academy of Sciences;
On the occasion, Mr. Pheaktith, Minister of Chambers of Commerce, also informed about the efforts of the Royal Government. Cambodia is under the wise leadership of Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia Industry and handicrafts will expand the scope and access to trades In addition, the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation took over this week and this weekend the Cambodian Minister Will hold their plenary session to review and finalize the Ministry of Industry and Culture's name change Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation (M ITIS), a timely and important time for Cambodia to prepare for the transition of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 by: Col