There were only a few hours left before UNDP closed its doors again. Four days of intense work come to an end without any international plan to support the current needs of the world's population. Despite this, it is not daring to speculate about the possible start-up of any of the projects that the countries have presented in their motions.
The morning has been complicated because the delegations wanted to continue debating. Nonetheless, there was not time enough to present any resolution on the second headline for which the committee was responsible. For this reason, it is even more heartbreaking that yesterday the resolution most supported by the signatories was not approved. At least today most have appeared in the room.
Nations have been opened to listening to other proposals. Chile began the session addressing the issue of infrastructure designed for transportation and how to implement improvements. Finland recovered the vision that it could not develop during yesterday's session due to lack of time and insists on the importance of reinventing recycling.
Towards the end of the session, the governments of Argentina, Mexico, South Africa and Colombia filed an official complaint because of the lack distribution of COVID-19 vaccines due to unfair international agreements. They were suffering from this situation for the last weeks and demanded a solution.
This crisis tested international solidarity and the solidity of the coalitions created up to that moment. Some countries, such as Belize, advocated controlled and adequate aid. However, others, including Malta, Israel and Russia, were more hesitant and conveyed to the group of delegations their concern about what wrong management could cause: economic losses and political disaster.
Therefore, it only remains to wait for the dates of the next meetings. Delegations must reach an agreement for the security and stability of the countries. In any case, all the actions that have been born in these four days will be closely followed.