CSG Patricia Scotland shares insight into its range of Commonwealth meetings

CSG Patricia Scotland shares insight into its range of Commonwealth meetings

Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland expressed her pleasure in hosting a series of useful Commonwealth meetings on Monday 25 July 2022.

His first meeting ended with a discussion with Krishna Kumar, CEO of Simplilearn. The meeting mainly focused on Simplilearn’s generous support of learning opportunities for 10,000 young people across the Commonwealth through their work with the University of Cambridge.

Later the same day, she hosted Dr. Rajendra Singh at Marlborough House, who is Guyana’s new High Commissioner. The discussion builds on the results of CHOGM2022 as well as his visit to Guyana earlier this year.

Queensland Governor Dr Jeanette Young visited to discuss the power of hosting the Commonwealth Games and how they can build on the legacy of the 2018 Games on Australia’s Gold Coast, as well as to derive maximum benefit from the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Alongside this, the Commonwealth Secretary General stressed that she will be traveling to Birmingham for the Commonwealth Sport Ministers Meeting before the whole Commonwealth family comes together again for Birmingham 2022. Her Opening Ceremony will take place Monday.

Patricia Scotland successfully regained her position as Commonwealth Secretary General at the recent Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in June.

A few weeks ago, she applauded the adoption of the Pacific Blue Continent Strategy 2050 at the 51st Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting in Suva, Fiji.

Furthermore, the 2050 Strategy has highlighted the long-term vision for the region and the steps to achieve it. The strategy focused on seven thematic areas, including political leadership and regionalism, climate change, oceans and natural environment, technology and connectivity, resources and economic development, peace and security and development. people-oriented.

During a press conference with members of the regional and international media in Suva, the Secretary General said:I congratulate the Pacific Islands Forum, in particular for the 2050 Strategy for the Pacific Blue Continent, which is being presented this week. This overarching strategic document will allow us, as partners, to better align our work to support our Pacific members and strengthen regional efforts to address the multiple global challenges we all face.

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