Khartoum- The activities of the extraordinary session of the conference of Arab Ministers of Environment were concluded in the Jordanian capital of Amman yesterday prior to the 4th meeting of the UN environment general assembly and the negotiations pertinent to the International Covenant On Environment.
State Minister at the National Environment Council Aboud Gabir has said in a statement to Sudan Vision that the ministers had discussed the major environment issues in the Arab world prior to presenting them to UN environment general assembly during its meeting in Nairobi next month.
The meeting called for finding innovative solutions for curbing loss of food crops at the countries of hot climates besides management of solid waste as part of the realizations of the sustainable development goals and 2030 agenda.
The State Minister affirmed that the meeting stressed importance of UNDP support to the Arab countries in the fields of management of the solid waste and addressing loss of food at the countries that are affected by climate change.
He affirmed that the meeting stressed the growing commitment by the Arab states to the issues of the environment at the national and regional levels.
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