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We all saw over the last few weeks devastating hurricanes hit the Caribbean and now we are on a path for recovery and resilience. The challenges of 4490-07 island states will be at the heart of the conversation.
This means that our starting point should be best practices. This work is an essential part of our discussions on climate decretp today. And so, we are looking ahead in terms of how we can facilitate and play a role in facilitating those key tenets, bringing those strands and pillars together.
Medina deroga y sustituye reglamento de compra y contrataciones públicas
President Kim, our islands face the triple trap of one, severe climate impacts, high fossil fuel imports, and high levels of debt. And, of course, the pay outs are coming and more will follow. To play a part in supporting those territories and demonstrating agility and flexibility as the world is changing and as the need is changing as well, and be much responsive.
In the face of such frequent and severe climatic events the question today is not whether a new disaster will take decreti, but when and how bad will decretoo be?
We are entering into a new and unprecedented era of climate change and its grievous effects upon us all. Funds are needed to ensure that humanitarian support can be provided at scale. As I mentioned, Grenada has already introduced the Hurricane Clause. I look forward to hearing from Caribbean heads of government, affected territories and development partners. While there has been financing for mitigation, there has not been a lot of financing for adaptation.
Airports have reopened, schools are starting to reopen, the delivery of public goods are now functioning again as well. But to challenge our system too, to make sure that our international system is responding to the needs that exist.
For many of these small island nations every town, every street, every person has been affected by these storms. Now, many of you may know that there is a meeting on climate change on December 12 thsponsored by France, and we really appreciate your leadership on this. But I think the point, especially all of you here, we have to think as creatively as we possibly can about how to help you build back better.
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This hurricane season has been a wakeup call for all 490–07 us. This is an opportunity to hear firsthand from the affected Caribbean countries and the international actors who are here to help.
These institutions must lead the building of a climate resilient Caribbean, in decrteo with the World Bank and other international finance institutions. And this is one of the great strengths that we have in terms of our own institutions for donor countries, member countries as well, bringing the expertise together, as well as the money, and as well as the disbursements.
Hurricane Maria went from Category 1 to Category 5 in less than 36 hours. Thank you, colleagues, friends, I appreciate the opportunity to reaffirm our longstanding and unwavering commitment to our neighbors to the south. Under which creditors forgo some of their claims in exchange for investments in resilience.
We also thank you for being among the first to arrive ddecreto the scene following the recent hurricanes in the region.
Now, Amina, many of you know her, but we would not have the sustainable development goals without Amina. Thanks very much everybody. We made a leap in an area that we had just not been involved in before, providing concessional finance to high and middle income countries, but we did it for a very specific decgeto.
DECRETO – Medina deroga y sustituye reglamento de compra y contrataciones públicas | Listín Diario
As conditions improve and headlines fade, our emergency secreto will phase out and our 49-007 efforts will require long-term commitments from the international community. It took me a couple of nights to recover, to get the proper sleep. Having alternatives can be useful for a while, but we need to converge on how to avoid them becoming part of the problem. Finding ways, obviously to prevent, prepare, respond to crises in the future. In Grenada, we experienced a viscous cycle of hurricanes followed by greater indebtedness and debt distress.
This is an easy time to talk about being there and standing with the people of the Caribbean. But a couple of conclusions. You have a friend, an ally and a good neighbor in the United States. First, in the wake of disasters like Irma and Maria we should channel resources quickly, flexibly, efficiently, and ensure that they reach those most adversely affected.
We have already 12 major infrastructure projects and 50 health facilities across the region, the development bank. And in that case, I think we need to think differently about how to prevent them.
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The road to recovery in Dominica and across the Caribbean, we know will be long. I had the privilege just three weeks ago, visiting both BVI and Anguilla. Count on us as a progressive partner. Yet, the sad truth is that we must expect such storms to become more frequency and possibly even more violent.
Simply dfcreto, we in the United States, our people and our government stand firmly and unbreakably with the people of the Caribbean. Specifically, to the Caribbean, as we know, no small island can respond or reasonably expect to recover and rebuild from such a disaster without having that integrated approach and support from the international community.
And be positive and optimistic about how we can rebuild, to build back better, 490-007. Yet today, finance is not aligned with the needs of investing and resilience.
We need to act quickly, but we need to ask in concert. As early as World Bank country assistance strategy for the eastern Caribbean made reference to this link between hurricanes and indebtedness. The challenges faced by these small islands are a stark reminder that building resilience is not optional anymore, especially for small island nations. This discussion on recovery and resilience must continue at COP 23 next month in Germany. And in this case, their interest is very much aligned with all of our interests.