EFE.- Prince Harry of England and his wife, Meghan, met this Saturday at the United Nations headquarters with the UN Deputy Secretary General, Amina Mohammed, hours before attending the Global Citizen Live concert, to be held in the iconic Central Park .
Mohammed “applauded their commitment and work towards the Sustainable Development Goals and praised the initiatives of his Archewell Foundation to promote global vaccine equity,” the UN said in a brief statement.
On her Twitter profile, the UN Deputy Secretary-General posted a photo with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and commented that they had discussed issues that concern them “deeply”: “Climate action, women’s economic empowerment, mental well-being , the participation of young people and equity in vaccination ”.
In the photos published by the multilateral organization you can see how the dukes greet Mohammed by bumping their elbows and the three wearing masks, in accordance with the protocols of the UN General Assembly, which started this week.
Disconnected from monarchical life, Prince Henry and his wife have lived in California (USA) since the spring of 2020.
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Both will be present this afternoon at the Global Citizen concert, which coincides with the UN General Assembly in New York and also includes events in Lagos, Rio de Janeiro, Paris, London, Seoul, Los Angeles and Sydney, in which stars will perform. like Billie Eilish, Shawn Mendes, Ed Sheeran, Lizzo, Metallica, Lorde, The Weeknd, Ricky Martin, BTS, Camilla Cabello, Cold Play, Demi Lovato, Usher, Green Day, Duran Duran and Doja Cat.
The event will ask the governments and companies of the world to help end poverty and famine, fight against climate change and promote equal access to the vaccine against Covid-19
Specifically, world leaders will be required to plant 1 billion trees to help prevent the global temperature rise of 1.5 degrees Celsius, the shipment of 1 billion Covid-19 vaccines to poor countries, and food for millions of people. people who are at risk of famine.
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