As always, our mandate implementation will significantly depend on the early and full payment by Member Claims of their assessed contributions. Your decision to increase the level of our own Working Capital Fund in 2023 will help mitigate the impact of cash disadvantages on programme delivery plus operational requirements. Your group is an inspiring example of multilateralism in action. Year in and calendar year out, you stand together to discuss, debate and amplify global solutions to realize the better, fairer and more sustainable long term every country deserves. And I will carry on pressing for an SDG Stimulus Package to help Governments from the Global South invest in the particular systems that support advancement and resilience. Mainly because in an interconnected global economic climate, when developing countries win, all countries win. So , 2023 must be focused on two goals — justice and aspirations. We need justice for those who did so little to trigger the crisis. An essential step towards justice — thanks in great component to the leadership of the [Group of 77] — was your decision at COP27 [twenty-seventh Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change] to establish a loss and damage account. Throughout, we need your active support as we make the United Nations as effective plus responsive as it can be. Recent reforms have helped all of us reduce bureaucracy and improve our focus on mandate-delivery plus country needs. As well as your support of our annual program budget cycle has improved the accuracy of our reference estimates and our capability to adjust programme planning in the face of new mandates and fast-moving global crises. 2nd, we need real, credible plus ambitious climate action. Reminders of the climate crisis are everywhere. Surges, droughts, wildfires and heatwaves have struck countries across the world, hitting the poorest and most vulnerable hardest. We cannot leave reduced or middle-income countries in order to fend for themselves. But , the current global financial system is not fit for purpose. It is a broken system favouring wealthy countries plus penalizing less-wealthy ones. In particular, vulnerable middle-income countries are routinely denied the debt relief and concessional financing they need. And third — we need to use the numerous global gatherings this year in order to re-energize progress towards the Environmentally friendly Development Goals. From your United Nations Water Conference as well as the Least Developed Countries Conference in March, to the midterm review of the Sendai Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in May and a series of important global health meetings, to the high-level political forum in July. The Climate Ambition Summit in September will be a moment to boost the pace of modify. Across all of these locations — from climate and water, to ecosystem upkeep — the [Group of 77] has been a strong plus active voice, and I thank you for your leadership. First, we need to re-energize the global economy through huge support to the developing globe. Progress towards the Eco friendly Development Goals has been thrown dramatically off-track. Saving the SDGs [Sustainable Development Goals] means ensuring that building countries receive massive assistance to reduce poverty and food cravings, and invest in systems like health care, education, social security, gender equality and alternative energy. Food, energy and cost-of-living crises exacerbated by the battle in Ukraine. Installation sovereign debt and a morally bankrupt global financial system that will undermines recovery in a lot of developing countries. Weather chaos, biodiversity loss, clashes and human rights violations. And a world that will continues to deny women and girls their fundamental rights across every walk of life. This year, I really hope that Member States will be able to reach agreement on our proposals for more predictable plus sustainable funding for the Peacebuilding Fund. And of course, we are working hard to advance gender parity and equitable geographical representation in our global workforce. In particular, September’s SDG Summit will be critical. I’m calling on all commanders to come to the Summit and also to be prepared to share their vision, their ideas and their particular commitments to realize the Goals. This includes how they will forge partnerships with the private sector and civil community to summon the finance and investments required to help all countries reach their particular SDG commitments. And I encourage your active engagement as we move forward on Our Common Agenda — including once we prepare for the 2024 Peak of the Future. But , dear friends, as we begin 2023, we must be brutally honest. Our world people a series of difficult and seriously intertwined challenges. Increasing poverty, widening inequalities, the persistent pandemic and a looming global recession. Increased unemployment — especially amongst young people — made worse by the erosion of social protections and deteriorating work situations. While each challenge is different, they are all sensed most keenly in the countries you represent. Oftentimes, we can draw a straight line between the hardships experienced by your people and the continued failure of developed nations and global institutions to support developing countries on multiple fronts. And in every single case, these are challenges which could actually be solved by standing up as one in the world, in solidarity. Justice means turning this decision into effective actuality. Justice means the delivery of the 0 billion dollars commitment by the developed planet. Justice means a definite and credible road map in order to double adaptation finance. Justice means a successful 2nd replenishment of the Green Weather Fund. And proper rights means ending the battle on nature and assisting developing countries in safeguarding the ecosystems and species that call them house. I actually commend Ambassador [Munir] Akram’s skilful stewardship of this group over the last yr, including in the dramatic amount of the floods in Pakistan. And I congratulate Cuba as it assumes the Chairmanship for 2023. I look forward to working with you over the coming year to continue placing the needs of developing countries front and centre within the global agenda. We all appreciate your steadfast support of the United Nations and the work with countries to make improvement towards the Sustainable Development Targets. We value your insights and ideas to strengthen ECOSOC [Economic and Social Council] and the work of the General Assembly’s Committees. And am appreciate your support for the reforms that are taking place since 2017, and for the report on The Common Agenda . 2023 must also be centered on ambition. Ambition in order to close the emissions distance. And ambition to phase-out coal and speed up the renewables revolution. At the G20 [Group of 20] Summit, I also called for a Climate Solidarity Pact in which all countries create extra efforts this 10 years to keep the 1 . 5°C limit alive. And for that will, developed countries must supply — together with international financial institutions and the private sector — the financial and specialized assistance that is needed to help major emerging economies accelerate their renewable energy transition. Subsequent are UN Secretary-General António Guterres’ remarks at the Handover Ceremony of the Chairmanship from the crew of 77 “developing countries” and China, in Nyc today: Climate change is definitely worsening other complex events. Mass displacement, destroyed crops and famines, increasing seas, horrific biodiversity plus ecosystem loss, competition to get scarce resources — including water. At a time whenever we must reduce emissions, mankind instead is on the verge of racing past the 1 . 5°C limit a liveable future requires. All through this work, your group’s engagement will be critical in my experience, to our organization, and to the particular hundreds of millions of people living through the developing world. Please be assured that in me, you have a champion of the [Group of 77] and the individuals you represent. Thanks. In many ways, the Group of 77 and China reflects the very purpose of the particular United Nations itself. We sprang from the belief that peace and progress for many were best supported simply by collaboration, rather than conflict. By dialogue, rather than department. As we start this brand new year, I am determined to keep on highlighting the need for concerted action to support developing countries plus our common future. And to do so guided by the spirit of collaboration and common purpose that has described the United Nations — and your group — from the really start. I will continue urging leaders and international financial institutions to join forces and develop creative ways to ensure that building countries can access debt relief and concessional financing whenever they need it most. This particular must include a re-allocation of unused special drawing rights according to the needs of establishing countries.