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Sofidel’s CEO signs the Statement from Business Leaders for Renewed Global Cooperation

Over one thousand CEOs endorse Statement on Renewed Global Cooperation and pledge to unite in the business of a better world

Luigi Lazzareschi, Sofidel CEO, has signed the United Nations Global Compact “Statement from Business Leaders for Renewed Global Cooperation” demonstrating his support for the United Nations and inclusive multilateralism.

The Statement of support was presented to UN Secretary-General António Guterres by Sanda Ojiambo, the CEO & Executive Director of the UN Global Compact, at the opening of the Private Sector Forum on the sidelines of the High-level meeting of the General Assembly to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the United Nations

In addition to Lazzareschi, nearly 1,000 other executive directors of companies in more than 100 countries have demonstrated their support for the United Nations and inclusive multilateralism by signing the Declaration of Business Leaders for Renewed Global Cooperation.

The statement endorsed by CEOs states: “We, the business peoples, recognize that peace, justice and strong institutions are beneficial to the long-term viability of our organizations and are foundational for upholding the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Now is our opportunity to learn from our collective experiences to realign behind the mission of the UN and steer our world onto a more equitable, inclusive and sustainable path. We are in this together – and we are united in the business of a better world. ”

Find out more by visiting the link: https://www.unglobalcompact.org/news/4589-09-21-2020

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