Horta and Bio discussed the g7+ conciliation to promote peace in fragile countries

Horta and Bio discussed the g7+ conciliation to promote peace in fragile countries


DILI, 08 march 2023 (TATOLI) – President of the Democratic Republic of Timor – Leste, José Ramos Horta, met with his homolog President of Sierra Leone Julius Maada Bio, to discuss the consolidation of the g7+ organization as a platform to promote the peace and stability in the fragile countries of g7+.

This meeting took place in Qatar-Doha where all Heads of State and Heads of Government attended the Least Developed Countries (LDCS) ‘s conference on 04 March – 09 March 2023.

The statement seen by Tatoli stated that strengthening the organization of a fragile state is underworld geopolitical dynamics which also adjusts the fragile state and Least Developed Countries.

In the meeting, President Horta and President Bio, discussed the assistance of the international community on g7+ member countries in generating socio-economic pressure, thus both President agreed that the g7+ organization is very relevant and has the power to gain peace and development in affected conflict countries through joint advocacy, learning together and collaboration.

At one point of this, Timor – Leste and Sierra Leone agreed to specify the LDCS and affected countries to serve the special situations based on the mechanism of each country.

Where Currently, the g7+ is developing a roadmap involving all entities at regional and global levels including the influencing forums to mobilize supposition for fragile states and conflict-affected countries.

“We talked about the international assistance to help poor countries without having to carry out the complicated studies because previously all international assistance was not directly on development but it takes a long learning process,” said Horta in a statement.

The group of seven plus (g7+) is made up of 20 Member States affected by conflict and fragility ranging from Asia, Africa, the Pacific, and the Caribbean, composes of Afghanistan, Burundi, Central African Republic, Republic of Chad, Comoros Islands, Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Guinee, Republic of Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Liberia, Papua New Guinea, Sao Tome e Principe, Sierra Leone, Solomons Islands, Somalia, South Sudan, Timor-Leste, Togo, and Yemen.




Journalist: Camilio de Sousa

Editor: Nelia B.


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