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PM call with United Nations Secretary-General: 16 February 2021

Prime Minister Boris Johnson yesterday spoke to the United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

They agreed on the importance of scaling up the global manufacturing of coronavirus vaccines and increasing international support to the COVAX facility, to ensure vaccine access for developing countries.

Looking ahead to the COP26 summit in November, the PM and Secretary-General committed to work together to encourage states to put forward ambitious plans to reduce global emissions.

They also discussed their concerns regarding the situation in Myanmar, and stressed the need to continue international support for the political process in Libya and for a negotiated solution to the crisis in Yemen.

The Prime Minister looked forward to joining the Secretary-General at the UN Security Council next week for a virtual session chaired by the UK on climate and security, and to welcoming him to the Cornwall for the G7 Summit in June.

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Original article link: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/pm-call-with-united-nations-secretary-general-16-february-2021

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