Paris Declaration

A statement signed at the AIDS summit in Paris in 1994 by 42 nations—21 prime ministers and 21 ministers of health—naming AIDS as a ‘serious threat to humanity’, calling for a stronger commitment to AIDS research and education, and an end to discrimination of people with AIDS
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Councillors agreed yesterday to join the worldwide network of cities working in partnership by signing the Paris Declaration.
The signing of the Paris Declaration, calling for a complete end to the AIDS epidemic, took place in Osh yesterday, Aug.
The Bishkek mayor's office joined joined to Paris Declaration to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030 on July 10.
Mr Matlhare said that the Mayors 90-90-90 campaign was formally launched in 2014 through the Paris Declaration where cities across the world joined efforts to end AIDS as a public health problem by 2030.
It is known that BiH is a signatory to the Paris Declaration and therefore committed itself to working on harmonizing spatial plans with environmental interventions," said Dapo.
This greater cooperation is fully in line with the Addis Ababa Action Agenda and the Accra Action Agenda, which aim at deepening the implementation of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness through better coordination of efforts within the international development community.
Through these appointments Sri Lanka will further its commitments towards the objectives of the Paris Declaration on the International Solar Alliance of 30th November 2015 which stressed on the shared ambition to undertake joint efforts required to reduce the cost of finance and the cost of technology and to mobilize more than USD $ 1000 billion investments required by 2030 for massive deployment of solar energy and pave the way for future technologies.
During the global forum, the Nairobi City County Government also joined two other cities, London and Atlanta, to sign a commitment to accelerate the 2014 Paris declaration aimed at stopping new HIV infections by 2030.
(1) Country ownership has been a principle of all declarations prior and subsequent to the Paris Declaration. In the Accra Agenda for Action, which superseded the Paris Declaration, it was considered the "first priority."
During the conference, French President Emmanuel Macron, who met Shaikh Saif on the sidelines of the event, delivered the keynote speech and the Paris Declaration was issued and included the recommendations of the participants.
He stated that the two-day conference concluded today with Paris Declaration on fighting terror financing.
"The Paris Declaration we have just adopted proposes to set up a Space Climate Observatory that will act as a hub between space agencies and the international scientific community," the CNES president Jean-Yves Le Gall said after the meeting.