UN: Another important position granted to Omar Hilale in recognition of the Royal vision anchored in the values ​​of humanity and solidarity

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The President of the United Nations General Assembly Mr. Dennis Francis appointed, the day before yesterday Tuesday, the ambassador, permanent representative of Morocco to the UN, Mr. Omar Hilale, to co-facilitate, with the ambassador of Belgium, the UN negotiation process relating to the modalities and the Political Declaration of the World Social Summit entitled “Second World Summit for Social Development”, scheduled for 2025.

The choice made for the Kingdom is a strong consecration of the commitment and Royal Concern for the achievement of social justice, social development and the preservation of the dignity of Moroccan citizens.

Furthermore, this designation is a recognition of the Royal vision anchored in the values ​​of humanity and solidarity.

This appointment thus consolidates the Kingdom’s new development model based on the human rights approach as well as the recent social measures adopted in Morocco.

The appointment of Mr. Hilale comes after the adoption of the resolution of the UN General Assembly, on February 27, 2024, which decided to convene the “Second World Summit for Social Development” in 2025, in order to fill gaps and to reaffirm the commitment of the international community to the principles set out in the 1995 Copenhagen Declaration on Social Development and to provide impetus for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

This important process will be marked by transparent and inclusive consultations with all UN Member States, social partners, and civil society. Morocco and Belgium will develop and facilitate the important Political Declaration to be adopted by Heads of State and Government during the high-level week of the General Assembly in 2025.

The 2025 Social Summit will take place 30 years after the historic first World Summit for Social Development in Copenhagen, during which heads of state and government defined an ambitious shared vision for social development aimed at social justice, solidarity, harmony and equality within and between countries.

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