Chancellor takes part in videoconference of the Alliance for Multilateralism
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Teodoro Ribera, participated in a videoconference with his peers from the member countries of the Alliance for Multilateralism, where they discussed the governance of global health, in the framework of the crisis by Covid-19.
The Alliance for Multilateralism is an informal group of countries, united in their conviction that a multilateral order based on rules is a guarantee for international peace and security, and for facing global challenges such as climate change, respect for human rights, sustainable development and digital transformation, among others, through dialogue and cooperation. This alliance -open to all countries- allows the formation of flexible coalitions, gathered around specific themes and projects.
Review the joint statement here.