Saudi Arabia calls for focusing on the looming hunger crisis caused by Corona

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She noted that the statement of the G20 summit in Riyadh included a road map to combat it


In a speech to the Human Rights Council, a member of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s delegation to the United Nations, Sarah Aref, called for focusing on the Covid-19 pandemic, and the looming hunger crisis it caused.

In detail, she welcomed in her speech on the report of the rapporteur on the right to food, Michael Fakhry, and his call for countries to address the Corona pandemic by adopting a human rights-based approach.

Aref indicated that the final statement of the G20 summit hosted by Riyadh in November 2020 included a roadmap to combat the Corona pandemic and limit its global effects, as well as many commitments in the framework of solidarity in facing challenges, and ensuring a comprehensive recovery to address inequality, And to ensure a sustainable future.

She emphasized that Saudi Arabia places the right to food at the center of its priorities. In 2018, it launched the Food Security Strategy emanating from the Saudi Vision 2030, whose goals include ensuring the right to safe food.

In her speech, she indicated that the sustainable agricultural rural development program was launched in 2020 in support of small agricultural producers, cooperative societies and rural institutions to enhance their capabilities.

She added that Saudi Arabia has provided, at the regional level, aid that supports institutions and individuals to help those affected by crises by providing them with food, and has launched 531 humanitarian projects related to food security.

Saudi Arabia calls for focusing on the looming hunger crisis caused by Corona

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In a speech to the Human Rights Council, a member of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s delegation to the United Nations, Sarah Aref, called for focusing on the Covid-19 pandemic, and the looming hunger crisis it caused.

In detail, she welcomed in her speech on the report of the rapporteur on the right to food, Michael Fakhry, and his call for countries to address the Corona pandemic by adopting a human rights-based approach.

Aref indicated that the final statement of the G20 summit hosted by Riyadh in November 2020 included a roadmap to combat the Corona pandemic and limit its global effects, as well as many commitments in the framework of solidarity in facing challenges, and ensuring a comprehensive recovery to address inequality, And to ensure a sustainable future.

She emphasized that Saudi Arabia places the right to food at the center of its priorities. In 2018, it launched the Food Security Strategy emanating from the Saudi Vision 2030, whose goals include ensuring the right to safe food.

In her speech, she indicated that the sustainable agricultural rural development program was launched in 2020 in support of small agricultural producers, cooperative societies and rural institutions to enhance their capabilities.

She added that Saudi Arabia has provided, at the regional level, aid that supports institutions and individuals to help those affected by crises by providing them with food, and has launched 531 humanitarian projects related to food security.

March 04, 2021 – Rajab 20, 1442

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She noted that the statement of the G20 summit in Riyadh included a road map to combat it

In a speech to the Human Rights Council, a member of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s delegation to the United Nations, Sarah Aref, called for focusing on the Covid-19 pandemic, and the looming hunger crisis it caused.

In detail, she welcomed in her speech on the report of the rapporteur on the right to food, Michael Fakhry, and his call for countries to address the Corona pandemic by adopting a human rights-based approach.

Aref indicated that the final statement of the G20 summit hosted by Riyadh in November 2020 included a roadmap to combat the Corona pandemic and limit its global effects, as well as many commitments in the framework of solidarity in facing challenges, and ensuring a comprehensive recovery to address inequality, And to ensure a sustainable future.

She emphasized that Saudi Arabia places the right to food at the center of its priorities. In 2018, it launched the Food Security Strategy emanating from the Saudi Vision 2030, whose goals include ensuring the right to safe food.

In her speech, she indicated that the sustainable agricultural rural development program was launched in 2020 in support of small agricultural producers, cooperative societies and rural institutions to enhance their capabilities.

She added that Saudi Arabia has provided, at the regional level, aid that supports institutions and individuals to help those affected by crises by providing them with food, and has launched 531 humanitarian projects related to food security.





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