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Declaration pathway toward global road safety

  • Elly Burhaini Faizal

    The Jakarta Post

Stockholm   /   Sat, February 22 2020   /  12:40 am
Imperiled inheritance: Swedish environmentalist Greta Thunberg and other protesters attend the weekly "Fridays for Future" climate strike in Mynttorget, Stockholm, Sweden, on Feb. 14. (TT News Agency/Ali Lorestani via Reuters)(TT News Agency/Ali Lorestani via Reuters)

Imperiled inheritance: Swedish environmentalist Greta Thunberg and other protesters attend the weekly "Fridays for Future" climate strike in Mynttorget, Stockholm, Sweden, on Feb. 14. (TT News Agency/Ali Lorestani via Reuters)Delegates of 140 countries have adopted the Stockholm Declaration as the final outcome document of the Third Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety: Achieving Global Goals 2030, which was held in Stockholm and ended on Thursday.The declaration aims to strengthen the commitment to achieve global goals by 2030 and emphasize countries’ shared responsibility.“Reaffirm our commitment to the full implementation of the 2030 Agenda, recognizing the synergies between the SDG [Sustainable Development Goal] policy areas, as well as the need to work in an integrated manner for mutual benefits,” the declaration’s first of 18 points reads.Swedish Infrastructure Mini...