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Atlantic nations commit to environmental, economic cooperation on sidelines of UN meeting

  • More than 30 Atlantic countries from four continents, including Africa, Europe, North America, and South America, have committed to strengthening coordination on economic development, environmental protection, maritime issues, and more. This commitment was made at a meeting hosted by U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken before the annual U.N. General Assembly meeting.
  • The Atlantic Ocean plays a crucial role in global climate and weather patterns, making it necessary to address climate change and its impact on vulnerable coastal communities. The declaration emphasizes the need for an open Atlantic region free from interference, coercion, or aggressive action, and highlights challenges such as stronger storms, illegal fishing, and natural disasters.
  • The sustainable ocean economy sectors in the Atlantic, estimated to generate almost 50 million jobs in Africa and contribute $21 billion to the Latin American economy, are expected to play a significant role in the future. The World Bank predicts that Atlantic Ocean commerce will contribute $1.5 trillion annually to the global economy by 2030, highlighting its economic importance.
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