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Belgium

Statement on the GEF-4 replenishment
Cape Town, 28 August 2006
Belgium joined this GEF-4 replenishment process, as we did in the past, with a view to fortifying the Global Environment Facility as the unique mechanism we consider it is to address global environment issues.

Address on behalf of Armand de Decker, Belgian Minister for Development Cooperation to the Seminar on Reform of UN Operational Activities
Brussels, 7 June 2006
In a address on behalf of Armand de Decker, Belgian Minister for Development Cooperation to the Seminar on Reform of UN Operational Activities, Belgium expressed its views on a range of issues including: aid effectiveness; the distinction between the normative and the operational fields; relationship between the humanitarian and the development fields’; the Specialised Agencies; and governance of the UN-bodies.

Statement to the High-Level Panel on System-wide Coherence
New York, 6 April 2006
In a statement to the informal meeting of the plenary with member states, observers and members of the High-Level Panel on System-wide Coherence, Belgium outlined its views in relation to harmonisation and cooperation at the operational level, the concept of tightly managed entities, the creation of individual structures, humanitarian and development architecture, and procedural issues.

Proposal for redesigning the UN Development Architecture
New York, 26 March 2006
According to Martin Khor of the Third World Network, last October, Belgium prepared a paper on entitled "redesign of the UN development architecture.'

Political Note on Multilateral Cooperation
A 2004 Political Note on a Policy for the development cooperation department further outlines some of Belgium 's proposals for reform.

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