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DECRETO – Medina deroga y sustituye reglamento de compra y contrataciones públicas | Listín Diario
Count on us as a progressive partner. We need to overcome the restrictions which limit small island states eligibility for concessionary financing by drawing on the experience of Jordan and Lebanon and extending the application of the global concessionary financing facility.
How do help you build back so that your infrastructure is more resilient. The Secretary General was in the Caribbean just recently and so this is even more important that we are beginning now to not just walk the talk, but I think run the way that we need to.
We are very serious about that. Whether through decades of development assistance and recent disaster relief or through our new Caribbean engagement strategy which is built around driving the private sector growth, we agree that that is key. Some kind of innovative tool where we can move toward financing resilient infrastructure.
Medina deroga y sustituye reglamento de compra y contrataciones públicas
President Kim, our islands face the triple trap of one, severe climate impacts, high fossil fuel imports, and high levels of debt. We will innovate together, but also we will look at how we can coordinate together.
That is the extent of the problem. But I think the point, especially all of you here, we have to think as creatively as we possibly can about decreo to help you build back better. That has been unprecedented.
This could include designing debt for resilience initiatives, mobilizing innovative risk financing ddecreto to better manage fiscal risks related to disorders, and mobilizing private sector participation in decrwto out solutions.
And this is one of the great strengths that we have in terms of our own institutions for donor countries, member countries as well, bringing the expertise together, as well as the money, and as well as the disbursements.
This is climate change adaptation at a very, very critical and important level. We know this is a difficult chapter for our friends to the south, but we pledge to stand shoulder to shoulder with them.
Again, as the Prime Minister said, a crisis is a terrible thing to waste. We decretto all need to work together to build a more climate resilient Caribbean. Innovation also means building on successful insurance initiatives like the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility which Canada supported.
So, building resilience to extreme weather events is clearly in the center of the adaptation work. Yet today, finance is not aligned with the needs of investing and resilience. Thank you, President Kim, my colleagues, prime ministers of the region, other distinguished ministers 490-0 government, governors, other representatives of regional organizations here, brothers and sisters all.
Not just for bringing hope to the people today, but to show that pioneering and buccaneering spirit as well, for the region to secure its future. Jordan and Lebanon were becoming deeply indebted in order to take care of Syrian refugees which, in our dwcreto, was a service that they were providing to the rest of the world.
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The longer-term situation of the Caribbean faced with more and more severe climate related shocks, and how we can extend these lessons and actions to other countries facing growing similar threats. These kinds of events not recreto deliver a setback for the 40 million people living in the region, but also pose a real threat for the decrto development of small economies and the economy of the entire region.
The sectors that had a footprint in the region before the hurricanes and the sectors that will be there after the hurricanes as well. It is the decreeto response to extreme weather events.
So much so that Grenada edcreto the pioneer of the Hurricane Clause in its restructured debt arrangements. In Dominica housing, schools, hospitals have been severely damaged, if not completely destroyed, and percent of agricultural land is uprooted. Included in this should be consideration of, one, the changes in the eligibility criteria for concessionary finance; two, proposals to address high indebtedness in the Caribbean; three, the use of so-called state contingent debt instruments such as hurricane clauses and countercyclical loan instruments; four, accelerating a reduction in the cost of remittance transfers and support for new strategies that can support diaspora communities to invest back home.
In Grenada, we experienced a viscous cycle of hurricanes followed by greater indebtedness and debt distress. But as we all know, more than 2 million people defreto been impacted by these storms, and the greatest work is what will take place after today. This is an element of future proofing now.
Can we get something like a catastrophic draw down facility but that is linked to requirements to build more resilient infrastructure. Just yesterday I was with the G-7 finance ministers decret central bank governors, and Philip Hammond from the UK made a very, I think, important suggestion which is that some of the countries that have graduated from receiving concessional financing that we may create a window.
We also thank you for being among the first to arrive on the scene following the recent hurricanes in the region.