Vietnam calls on countries to work together to protect biodiversity

According to Minister Trân Hông Hà, biodiversity is seriously threatened by human activities such as the increase in illegal trafficking of wild animals, the reduction in the areas of natural forests due to fires and logging, etc. Besides the use of political tools and law enforcement, it is time to consider the preservation of biodiversity as a moral issue, he said.
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Panorama of the Summit. Photo: VNA /CVN

On this occasion, Trân Hông Hà called on countries to collaborate in an urgent, drastic and practical way to protect biodiversity - an invaluable natural resource. Part of the 75 e session of the United Nations General Assembly, this summit aims to affirm the commitment to improve human relations with nature, to take into account the preservation of biodiversity in sustainable development activities and resilience to climate change.
" Humanity is waging war on nature. We must rebuild our relationship with it ", Declared the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres at the opening of this summit organized by the President of United Nations General Assembly, Volkan Bozkir. The latter recalled that "our existence on this planet depends entirely on our ability to protect the natural world that surrounds us". VNA /CVN
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