LLDCs

Partnerships key to taking landlocked countries out of poverty: UN Chief

The challenges faced by landlocked developing countries (LLDCs), some of the poorest in the world, can be overcome through more effective partnerships, UN Secretary-General António Guterres declared on Thursday, at a conference held at UN Headquarters in New York.

From landlocked to land-linked: how the UN is helping some of the world’s poorest countries

How can the international community turn some of the world’s poorest, landlocked countries, into thriving, land-linked nations? On Thursday, at UN Headquarters, Member States will renew commitments they have made, to eradicate poverty in the 32 countries designated as Landlocked Developing Countries, or LLDCs.

Landlocked countries aim to boost economic competitiveness

Developing countries which are also landlocked are looking at ways of boosting their economic and trade competitiveness.

The countries known as LLDCs are meeting in Livingstone, Zambia this week to discuss the Vienna Programme of Action.

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