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Tuesday, 03 July 2012

International leaders discuss solutions to achieve SDGs

During the course of a recent panel-event entitled “South-South and Triangular cooperation:  An innovative solution to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)”, which took place  at the Rio+20 conference and was organised by the ACP Group along with  the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), policy-makers and international leaders stressed that technology-transfer amongst developing countries is essential to bringing energy access to the poorest of the world.
They also called for stronger synergies, solidarity and partnerships amongst each other, especially in sharing information and knowledge, as these could lead to positive results in renewable energy use.
“Poor countries are the ones paying the most expensive bill on energy.  Unless the international community agrees to settle collectively that bill and catalyze universal access to energy, achieving sustainable development in ACP countries will never become a reality,” said ACP Assistant Secretary General Achille Bassilekin III.

Source: ACP