The Matías Romero Institute enjoys an excellent reputation for the high quality of the training which it provides for diplomats from Mexico and other countries. It is an honour to speak to you today.
Improving cancer control in developing countries is an enormous challenge, and one we must do our best to meet. There are now positive signs that the international community is taking this challenge seriously.
A country doesn’t necessarily need to have nuclear power plants to benefit from the peaceful applications of nuclear technology. This is the case in El Salvador, Nicaragua and Guatemala, which all use nuclear technology extensively in areas like medicine, water management and agriculture.Read more →
It is a pleasure to be here at the UN University for Peace in Costa Rica. I last had the pleasure of visiting your country in October 2013.