June 8, 2023

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The United States promises a billion doses of vaccines to the world

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The two-day Paris Peace Forum kicked off last night. With the main theme of reducing global divisions, the number of attendees reaches 450, including 30 heads of state and heads of government and nearly 15,000 online.

Kamala Harris, US Vice President Joe Biden, will chair the forum, which will include a detailed meeting with President Emmanuel Macron on digital challenges.

Harris called for strengthening international unity to meet the challenges, and his country pledged to provide one billion doses of corona (Govt 19) vaccine to the world.

Facing challenges

In the climate file, Biden’s deputy said, “Air pollution has risen to record levels:” The challenges facing the world need to be addressed.

Many African heads of state, including Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Senegal, Liberia and Botswana, as well as Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and the prime ministers of Serbia and Kosovo and some of them have officially announced their attendance. Attend the International Conference on Libya today, Friday, in Paris.

Launched in 2018 on the initiative of Emmanuel Macron, the conference aims to host the annual meeting of the most important countries in Paris, such as the Economic Forum in Davos or the Forum on Security Challenges in Munich.

Regular occurrence

According to Elysee, Macron wanted to create a regular international event with many actors, states, civil society, NGOs and organizations, with the aim of responding to the current major challenges to peace in all its meanings.

This fourth edition aims to promote a more robust and inclusive recovery to the post-Cowd 19 period, which proposes initiatives to better manage global shared wealth, according to the forum’s website.

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Macron and Kamala Harris formally inaugurated the forum along with Nigerian President Mohammed Buhari and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajid.

According to Elysee, Macron will chair a closed-door meeting on protecting minors online to promote the commitment of states, digital sites and voluntary organizations.