This year, the United Nations (UN) will convene a meeting of leaders on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG Summit) to review operations that are more than halfway through. before reaching the 2030 target
Ms. Usana Peeranon, Director-General of the Department of ASEAN Affairs The Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed that Thailand, as the ASEAN coordinating country towards sustainable development, which has cooperated with the Asia-Pacific Economic and Social Committee along with the ASEAN Secretariat, prepare a report on performance to achieve ASEAN’s SDG goals in all 17 areas.
On this occasion, Thailand organized an activity on behalf of ASEAN. which is part of the SDG Summit, where Prime Minister Settha Thavisin will preside over the opening speech. Together with leaders of ASEAN member countries on 20 September 2023 at the United Nations Office.
At the same time there will be discussion. and present the progress of ASEAN in the past Since starting operations in 2016 onwards
There was also an exchange of opinions. and resolve problems that may cause some SDG goals to remain unfulfilled. or would like to receive empowerment in a specific area To expedite the operations of ASEAN.
“Panprie Phitthanukorn,” Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, confirmed that foreign policy still places importance on leading roles. In implementing the Sustainable Development Goals that Thailand has done together with the United Nations ASEAN and other countries
In the past, leading the country to achieve the SDGs, Thailand had the philosophy of the Sufficiency Economy. and the bioeconomy-circular-economy-green-economy model as a guideline, with Thailand aiming to expand the base of driving sustainability to all sectors.
Last year, Thailand raised the guidelines. “Peace and stability” is an important foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Thailand is ready to drive towards balance in all things. including playing a constructive role under the Economic Council and the United Nations Society To promote work in integrated development both regionally and globally