Vanuatu in CoSP10 Conference

    Vanuatu has joined the Pacific delegation that is attending the Conference of States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption (CoSP10) in Atlanta from December 11-15, 2023.

    Representing the Government of Vanuatu at this UN conference are the Acting Director General of the Ministry of Justice and Community Services, Pacco Siri, the National Coordinator for Human Rights, Albert Nalpini, the Policy Advisor to the MJCS, Jenny Tevi, and Emmanuel Blessing, the Senior Officer of the Treaties and Conventions Division in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    In Atlanta where they are attending pre-Cosp meetings for the Pacific delegates prior to the actual CoSP10 meeting.

    From Monday 11th to Wednesday 13th of December it is a three days of general discussions. The plenary session will begin with agreement on the agenda, followed by the first country statements from the President of Kiribati and other national leaders.

    Special events with participants from the Pacific region take place on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, where they will discuss the Teieniwa vision from strategy to action plan.

    On the 10th Parliamentarians' Forum will present the UNCAC commitment on Thursday and on Friday will focus on comparative approaches to fighting corruption.

    The formal ceremony of the Conference of States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption (CoSP10) will take place on Thursday this week and each government delegation will be allocated four seats, two at the table and two in the row behind.

    Acting Director General, Pacco Siri will present Vanuatu’s statement on behalf of the Minister of Justice and Community Services who was unable to join the delegation because of the parliament session.

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