ISLAMABAD: Over a webinar honoring the United Nations Day on South-South Cooperation, Dr. Akhtar Nazir, executive director of the Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS), emphasized that resolving future obstacles will need increased worldwide cooperation in research and technology, among other areas.
Delegates from global and domestic institutions participated in the webinar named “South-South Cooperation: Creating Headways for Post-Pandemic Inclusive Recovery.”
Approximately 80 individuals from a range of nations attended the event.
Attendees explored the difficulties and practical methods to enhancing South-South collaboration, as well as methods for incorporating cooperation methods in the after-pandemic period in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
They discussed the obstacles and accomplishments of organizations and affiliated nations since the initiation of Covid-19, regulation instructions for virus relief, the complexities of South-South Cooperation and required efficiencies, the significance of STEM learning in the emerging world for encompassing recovery, the involvement of science institutes in utilizing South-South Cooperation, and advancement in S&T programs.