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UN General Asembly Resolution

6 June 2016

The full text of the UN General Assembly Resolutionwhich calls on the international community to support the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals agenda on road safety as well as the Decade of Action for Road Safety is now available.

The Resolution received strong support in the UN General Assembly with 55 Governments co-sponsoring on 15th April 2016.

The text can be downloaded here.

 

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