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ICAPP’s Proposal of Poverty Alleviation  

Kunming · China

With the support of Communist Party of China (CPC), , the poverty alleviation meeting of the International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP) was convened in Kunming, the capital city of Yunnan Province of China from July 13-18, 2010.  58 ruling and opposite parties of 28 countries in the Asian-Pacific region as well as political parties of African countries, United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Asian Parliamentary Assembly (APA) participated in the meeting.
It is emphasized that poverty alleviation and joint development are the noble ideal of mankind; the common responsibility of the international community should be prioritized in Asian and other developing countries and be taken as the historical mission of the political parties of the whole Asia and other developing countries. We support the efforts made by the UN to accelerate the achievement of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
We call on all the political parties, governments, parliaments, non-government organizations, civil social organizations and the international community to continue their commitment to the achievement of MDGs to alleviate poverty. This reflects Asia’s advantages in many aspects.  The representatives and delegates exchanged views, experiences and discussed the goals of poverty alleviation. Their views include the proposal of Asian Poverty Alleviation Fund, Asian Microfinance Fund and the proposal approved by UN, for instance, the financing of debt swaps for the achievement of MDGs. The meeting praises the international cooperation in the field of development and poverty alleviation, as well as some countries’ commitment to debt reduction.
China has successfully made hundreds of millions of people out of poverty, which deserves our respect. It is so rare in the field of economy and society of human history that CPC and its brilliant leadership are worth our appreciation.
We appreciate the congratulatory letters to the meeting from Hu Jintao, General-Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and President of PRC, and Ban Ki-Moon, UN Secretary-General. We also express our sincere gratitude to leaders of CPC and the Chinese government for their sponsoring of this historical meeting. We also thank Yunnan Provincial government and the Yunnan people for their support and hospitality.

Kunming·Yunnan
July 18, 2010

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