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. • We owe it to the billions of people that have not yet been vaccinated to do everything in our power to ensure that these cross-border movements are as smooth as possible, so that vaccine manufacturing can meet these demands. (...) Mariângela, you have the floor. [Mariângela Batista Galvão Simão, WHO Assistant Director General takes the floor] Page 3 of 3. • Thank you, Mariângela. (...) Ricardo, you have the floor. [Ricardo Treviño Chapa, WCO Deputy Secretary General, takes the floor.] • Thank you, Mariângela and Ricardo, for joining us.
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Score: 1306005.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...g_gonzalez_opening_remarks.pdf
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The ERC Secretariat will continuously monitor the waiting room in the Zoom meeting for a smooth check-in throughout the Session. The Regional Conference will also be streamed live through the FAO webcast, as announced on the ERC website. (...) PROGRAMME AND BUDGET MATTERS Item 11 Regional results, priorities, the four betters and the Sustainable Development Goals (Document number ERC/22/4, ERC/22/5, ERC/22/INF/18, ERC/22/INF/19) Introduction of the Item by Mr Raimund Jehle, Regional Programme Leader Item 14 Synthesis of FAO Evaluations 2020-2021 in the Europe and Central Asia region (Document number ERC/22/8) Introduction by a video presentation 12.00 – 12.30 hours (Hall III., Ground floor, DoubleTree by Hilton) Lunch 12.30 – 13.30 hours (Hall IV., Ground floor, DoubleTree by Hilton) III. (...) As agreed in the beginning of the Session, Observers can be given the floor without having to wait until all Members have spoken, following the requested order.
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Score: 1298697.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...s/Events_2022/ERC33/OD3_en.pdf
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Thematic event: Youth and entrepreneurship Plenary Hall (Etihad Ballroom, floor -1) 10 a.m.–12 p.m. 7th plenary meeting Plenary Hall Item 5: Credentials of representatives to the Conference (Etihad Ballroom, floor -1) Item 10(d): Appointment of an External Auditor General debate Items 7 to 23 (continued) 1.30–3 p.m. Thematic event: Industrial parks Plenary Hall (Etihad Ballroom, floor -1) 3.30–6 p.m. 8th plenary meeting Plenary Hall General debate (if required) Items 7 to 23 (continued) (Etihad Ballroom, floor -1) FORECAST OF MEETINGS Thursday, 7 November 2019 10 a.m.–1 p.m. 9th plenary meeting Plenary Hall Consideration and adoption of decisions and resolutions (Etihad Ballroom, floor -1) mailto:a.zaabar@unido.org mailto:a.zaabar@unido.org - 2 - SUMMARY OF MEETINGS TUESDAY, 5 November 2019 Thematic event: Cleantech as a Catalyst for Climate Action and the Clean Energy Transition Mr. (...) Thematic event: Fostering Innovation and Connectivity for a Smooth Transformation to Industry 4.0 The moderator, Mr.
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Score: 1298697.7 - https://www.unido.org/api/open...d/15714046/unido-file-15714046
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Press encounter with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Secretary-General-designate António Guterres | United Nations Secretary-General Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Secretary-General Search the United Nations Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home About Biography The role of the Secretary-General Appointment process Vision Vision Statement 2021 Swearing-in (12 December 2016) Appointment (13 October 2016) Nomination (4 April 2016) The Team Deputy Secretary-General Senior Management Group Global Leadership Team Appointments since 1 January 2017 Senior Leadership Talent Pool Senior Leadership Vacancies Daily Agenda Public Schedule Official Travels Statements/Reports All statements Annual Report on the Work of the Organization Reports to the Security Council Reports to the General Assembly Reports to the ECOSOC Media Spokesperson's Office Statements Statements attributable to the Spokesperson Opinion pieces/op-eds Press Releases Photos New York 13 October 2016 Press encounter with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Secretary-General-designate António Guterres SG: I am very happy and pleased and honoured to welcome to the 38th floor this new Secretary-General-designate. He will soon become Secretary-General, succeeding me.  He will be looking and he will be addressing so many challenges from this 38th floor. There may be many challenges, at the same time, there is some hope for all of us. (...) I will have very close coordination and communication with you and I will ensure that this transition will be smooth and seamless and satisfactory, to the expectation of Member States. 
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Score: 1261418.5 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...eral-ban-ki-moon-and-secretary
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In terms of transport vehicles, the Code highlights that vehicles should be designed and constructed: such that walls, floors and ceilings, where appropriate, are made of a suitable corrosion-resistant material with smooth, non-absorbent surfaces. Floors should be adequately drained  where appropriate with chilling equipment to maintain chilled fish or shellfish during transportation to a temperature as close as possible to 0 °C or, for frozen fish, shellfish and their products, to maintain a temperature of –18 °C or colder (except for brine frozen fish intended for canning which may be transported at –9 °C or colder) so that live fish and shellfish are transported at temperatures tolerable for the species  to provide the fish or shellfish with protection against contamination, exposure to extreme temperatures and the drying effects of the sun or wind  to permit the free flow of chilled air around the load when fitted with mechanical refrigeration means  Key Publications ATP Handbook Included is the handbook for the ATP agreement, which governs the transport of fish and fish products and the equipment used for the carriage of these products.
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Score: 1245097.6 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ort/regulatory-environment/en/
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At the 23rd ASEAN Summit in Brunei Darussalam in October 2013, the ten ASEAN Leaders adopted a Declaration on Strengthening Social Protection, which reaffirms their commitment to building an ASEAN community that is “socially responsible and people-oriented” (ASEAN Member States, Cambodia , 2012), through at least the establishment of nationally-defined social protection floors for all. The Declaration also recalls the commitment made by ASEAN Leaders when adopting the Declaration on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers (Cebu, 2007) that recognizes the right of migrant workers to have equal access to social protection. (...) The seminar will also contribute to the ILO global awareness campaign of the Areas of Critical Importance on Creating and Extending Social Protection Floors” (ACI/SPF). Objectives The overall objective of the seminar is to provide the opportunity for informed discussions on the role of social protection policies in facilitating ASEAN economic, social and cultural integration, by smoothing national economic upgrades and by offering cross-borders social protection. It is expected that the discussions will assist policy makers and practitioners in enhancing their social security systems and improving their harmonization for future social security agreements and extension of social protection floors to all. More specifically, the seminar aims at: Recalling ILO’s Conventions and Recommendations related to social security, including instruments for promoting migrant workers’ social security, and opportunity found in social protection floors and more comprehensive social security systems; Sharing the findings of a regional review of existing social protection policies and systems; Discussing indicators to measure the progress in extending social protection across the ten ASEAN Member States; Presenting preliminary findings of a review of migrant workers’ access to social protection in ASEAN; Discussing among ASEAN Member States possible areas for South-South cooperation for fostering migrant workers’ access to social protection floors, harmonizing social security systems and ultimately engaging into social security agreements.
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Score: 1243757.7 - https://www.ilo.org/asia/event...WCMS_434056/lang--en/index.htm
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At the 23rd ASEAN Summit in Brunei Darussalam in October 2013, the ten ASEAN Leaders adopted a Declaration on Strengthening Social Protection, which reaffirms their commitment to building an ASEAN community that is “socially responsible and people-oriented” (ASEAN Member States, Cambodia , 2012), through at least the establishment of nationally-defined social protection floors for all. The Declaration also recalls the commitment made by ASEAN Leaders when adopting the Declaration on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers (Cebu, 2007) that recognizes the right of migrant workers to have equal access to social protection. (...) The seminar will also contribute to the ILO global awareness campaign of the Areas of Critical Importance on Creating and Extending Social Protection Floors” (ACI/SPF). Objectives The overall objective of the seminar is to provide the opportunity for informed discussions on the role of social protection policies in facilitating ASEAN economic, social and cultural integration, by smoothing national economic upgrades and by offering cross-borders social protection. It is expected that the discussions will assist policy makers and practitioners in enhancing their social security systems and improving their harmonization for future social security agreements and extension of social protection floors to all. More specifically, the seminar aims at: Recalling ILO’s Conventions and Recommendations related to social security, including instruments for promoting migrant workers’ social security, and opportunity found in social protection floors and more comprehensive social security systems; Sharing the findings of a regional review of existing social protection policies and systems; Discussing indicators to measure the progress in extending social protection across the ten ASEAN Member States; Presenting preliminary findings of a review of migrant workers’ access to social protection in ASEAN; Discussing among ASEAN Member States possible areas for South-South cooperation for fostering migrant workers’ access to social protection floors, harmonizing social security systems and ultimately engaging into social security agreements.
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Score: 1243757.7 - www.ilo.org/asia/events...WCMS_434056/lang--en/index.htm
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President, Excellencies 1. I take the floor in exercise of Explanation of Vote, to place on record Bhutan's satisfaction with the Assembly’s adoption of the Doha Programme of Action today. 2. (...) This gives us great reason for optimism, that despite present and emerging challenges, LDCs will be enabled to overcome structural constraints, advance closer to eradication of poverty, realization of internationally agreed development goals, and eventually, to graduate from the LDC category in a smooth and irreversible manner. 5. For Bhutan, coinciding with the formulation of our next development plan, the DPOA will strengthen national efforts to transform our economy and make the country future-ready. 6.
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Score: 1243423.4 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/sites/...rg.ldc5/files/bhutan_e_1_0.pdf
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Main Committee – 3rd meeting Main Committee Hall (Chamber, floor -1) 1.30–3 p.m. Thematic event: Industry 4.0 Plenary Hall (Etihad Ballroom, floor -1) 3–6 p.m. (...) Venue: Plenary Hall (Etihad Ballroom, floor -1) Thematic event: Fostering Innovation and Connectivity for a Smooth Transformation to Industry 4.0 This event presents an opportunity to discuss new models and approaches to mobilize collective actions for fostering collaboration, innovation, and connectivity for ensuring a smooth transformation to Industry 4.0. (...) Three forthcoming UNIDO reports and papers will also be presented at the event, namely a report on convergent and nature-inspired technologies; an industrial safety report, and “Ensuring a smooth transformation to Industry 4.0 – the UNIDO strategic response”.
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Score: 1242443.3 - https://www.unido.org/api/open...d/15707159/unido-file-15707159
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Finnair Powerpoint Presentation Template Cargo Digitalization - Looking at things in a different way Finnair Cargo – Fast Connection Between Asia and Europe Finnair Cargo Facts: Cargo carried per day >450.000 kg Special cargo carried per day >100.000 kg Seafood carried by day >55.000 kg Number of daily AWBs >500 Flying via Helsinki means the geographically shortest route, smooth and uncongested transits, and straighter flights generating fewer emissions. 19 destinations in Asia 7 destinations in the Americas >100 destinations in Europe Efficient network, well-organized cooperation between stakeholders and digitalization will provide speed, quality and transparency to customers 3 Improving Air Cargo Connectivity and Supply Chain • Finnair’s approach to end-to-end cargo services and digitalization • Innovation together with partners and competitors • Focus on data to build fresh and optimal future solutions • Building flexible IT architecture to enable fast development • Working closely with regulators and government to create common future data sharing platforms Our Vision of Digital Cargo Ecosystem Shipper Trucking GHA GHA Airline Trucking Consignee Mobile and connected Everyone and everything can actively gather and access data Intelligent Automation, analytics, artificial Intelligence can enhance and visualize data in totally new ways Data Digital business models enabled by sophisticated data sharing between the companies Planning Sales OPS Customers Partners LSP HOW DO WE GET THERE? DIGITAL BUSINESS MODELS INTELLIGENT FINNAIR VISION: BEST INTELLIGENT CARGO ECOSYSTEM MOBILE FINNAIR GROWTH 2 0 1 6 2 0 1 7 2 0 1 8 2 0 1 9 2 0 2 0 8.9.20185 CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT OF CORE SYSTEMS Mobile phones for everyone Tablets on shop floor and in forklifts Connected vehicles with IoT technologies Data sharing with partners Flexible architecture to get everything connected 8.9.20186 Mobile Finnair State-of-the-art COOL Control Center Cargo Eye application to manage the whole network Cargo Einstein dashboards and analytics platform Robotic process automation to automate routines Chatbot and AI proof of concepts 8.9.20187 Intelligent Finnair Strong support and push for new standards and technologies in data sharing DCF-driven LDI Pilot Project with Ericsson, Panalpina, Air France and others Alignment with IATA One Record and EU DTLF initiatives Alignment with Finland’s Ministry of Transport and Communications Helsinki Airport development (#HADF) – RFID PoC with Finavia 8.9.20188 Digital Business Models
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Score: 1232468.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...0TARVAINEN_Finnair%20Cargo.pdf
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