G77

Ceremonial Meeting of the Group of 77 & China Appoints 2014 Chair

Thursday, November 7, 2013
New York

A ceremonial meeting of the Group of 77 & China was held at Ambassadorial level at the United Nations today to elect the Plurinational State of Bolivia as the Group’s 2014 Chair. The meeting was presided over by Fiji’s Ambassador Peter Thomson and heard addresses from the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr Jan Eliasson, and the Chef de Cabinet of the President of the General Assembly’s Office, Dr Paulette Bethel.

(left to right): 2014 G77 Chair, Ambassador Soliz of Bolivia, welcomed to the podium by 2013 G77 Chair, Ambassador Thomson of Fiji, and UN Deputy Secretary-General Eliasson

G77 Chair Addresses the UN's Capital Master Plan

Thursday, October 31, 2013
New York

Speaking in Fiji’s capacity as 2013 Chair of the Group of 77 and China, Fijian Ambassador Peter Thomson, today delivered the Group’s response to the proposed programme budget for the UN’s Capital Master Plan (CMP). The CMP’s budget for the biennium 2014-2015 was presented to the 5th Committee of the General Assembly by the UN Secretariat earlier this morning.

Fijian Ambassador Thomson, addresses the UN's 5th Committee

Fijian Chair Convenes G77 Ambassadors Meeting on Finance

Monday, October 28, 2013
New York

Ambassadors of the Group of 77 and China met today at the United Nations to deliberate on the role of finance in the Post-2015 Development Agenda.  The meeting's Chair, Fijian Ambassador Peter Thomson, convened the meeting as one of the series of G77 Ambassadorial meetings aimed at best informing the Group in its preparations for the world's Post-2015 Development Agenda.  He said the theme of today's meeting was finance for development.

Dr Mansur Muhtar and Ambassador Thomson address the G77 Ambassadorial Meeting
Fiji's Ambassador Thomson introducing H.M. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, to the Group of 77 Ambassadorial Meeting, 28 Oct, 2013

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