2014.11.28【英译汉】G20峰会领导人关于埃博拉疫情的布里斯班声明

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G20峰会领导人关于埃博拉疫情的布里斯班声明

我们深切关注几内亚,利比里亚和塞拉利昂等国的埃博拉疫情,并对在疫情中丧生的患者表示哀悼。我们对埃博拉疫情对这些国家造成的人道主义、社会和经济影响表示关注,并密切关注这些影响可能会造成更广泛的影响。

在非洲联盟和其他非洲国家的支持下,几内亚,利比里亚和塞拉利昂的政府和人民正在共同努力与疫情进行抗争。我们对在疫情爆发地区提供服务的医疗援助人员表示赞赏。我们也看到世界各国、联合国以及其下属机构(比如世界卫生组织)、国际组织和区域性组织、金融机构、非政府和宗教组织以及一些私营企业对控制疫情的贡献。我们将全力支持联合国埃博拉疫情紧急特派团的工作,控制疫情扩散,治疗病患,保证基本服务,保证疫区稳定并防止疫情进一步扩散,我们将敦促各方采取迅速措施,保证目标的实现。

G20各成员国将致力于加强国际合作,控制疫情蔓延,并消除疫情带来的经济和人道主义影响。我们将通过双边,地区性和多边渠道,并于非政府组织的相关方进行合作。我们将与世界各国分享成功对抗埃博拉病毒的经验,包括如何促进疫病预防以及对医疗工作人员的培训等。我们将加快用于埃博拉疫情的各项资金和其他援助措施的到位,同时满足抗击疫情的应急需要和长期需要。

我们诚挚邀请那些尚未采取措施的国家加入到我们的行列中来,为抗击埃博拉病毒提供资金援助,并派遣具有资质并接受过良好训练的医疗人员,提供医疗保护器材以及药品等医疗物资。在采取现有措施的基础上,我们敦促各研究机构,政府机构和药品公司为研发安全有效并足够多的诊疗器械,疫苗和治疗方法而努力。我们号召国际和区域组织,市民团体和私营企业和政府一道,缓解埃博拉疫情带来的冲击,并为将来更长时间的经济复苏而努力。

因此,我们号召世界银行和国际货币基金组织继续为受疫情影响的国家提供援助,并希望国际货币基金组织能够为遏制埃博拉疫情增加3亿贷款,并未几内亚,利比里亚和塞拉利昂提供优惠贷款,债务减免和补助金以减轻埃博拉疫情给这些国家带来的财政压力。

为应对未来可能爆发的此类事件,我们希望国际货币基金组织和世界银行集团能建立起更加灵活的新机制。

此次疫情的爆发充分说明了解决长期结构性问题的紧迫性,以及在应对传染病时世界各国经济发展,应对措施以及应对能力之间差距之大。G20成员国将再次声明,将全面实施世界卫生组织的国际卫生规则(IHR)。为此,在全面加强世界医疗健康体系的大背景下,我们将支持实施国际卫生规则的国家,并加强尽早对埃博拉等传染病的预防,检测和报告能力。我们也将致力于反对抗生素的滥用。相关的G20成员将通过加快支持西非国家经济共同体国家和其他易受疫情影响的国家反对抗生素滥用,并在2015年世界卫生组织大会上进行成果报告并提出具体的措施时间表。

我们诚邀世界各国加入,动员所有资源加强国家,地区和全球的疾病应对措施,对抗传染病带来的威胁,促进全球经济健康稳定,持续平衡发展。我们将继续保持警惕,并应对新环境。

G20 Leaders’ Brisbane Statement on Ebola

 

We are deeply concerned about the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone and saddened by the suffering and loss of life it is inflicting. We are mindful of the serious humanitarian, social and economic impacts on those countries, and of the potential for these impacts to spread.

 

The governments and people of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are making tremendous efforts to fight the outbreak, with the support of the African Union and other African countries. We commend the brave service of health care and relief workers. We also applaud the contributions of countries worldwide, the United Nations (UN) and its bodies such as the World Health Organization (WHO), international and regional organisations and financial institutions, non-governmental and religious organisations, and the private sector. We fully support the UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response’s ongoing work to harness capacity to stop the outbreak, treat the infected, ensure essential services, preserve stability and prevent further outbreaks and urge that it act swiftly to achieve these objectives.

 

G20 members are committed to do what is necessary to ensure the international effort can extinguish the outbreak and address its medium-term economic and humanitarian costs. We will work through bilateral, regional and multilateral channels, and in partnership with non-governmental stakeholders. We will share our experiences of successfully fighting Ebola with our partners, including to promote safe conditions and training for health care and relief workers. We will work to expedite the effective and targeted disbursement of funds and other assistance, balancing between emergency and longer-term needs.

 

We invite those governments that have yet to do so to join in providing financial contributions, appropriately qualified and trained medical teams and personnel, medical and protective equipment, and medicines and treatments. While commending ongoing work, we urge greater efforts by researchers, regulators and pharmaceutical companies to develop safe, effective and affordable diagnostic tools, vaccines and treatments. We call upon international and regional institutions, civil society and the private sector to work with governments to mitigate the impacts of the crisis and ensure the longer-term economic recovery.

 

In this regard, we urge the World Bank Group (WBG) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) to continue

their strong support for the affected countries and welcome the IMF’s initiative to make available a further

$300 million to stem the Ebola outbreak and ease pressures on Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, through a

combination of concessional loans, debt relief, and grants. We ask the IMF and WBG to explore new, flexible mechanisms to address the economic effects of future comparable crises.

 

This outbreak illustrates the urgency of addressing longer-term systemic issues and gaps in capability, preparedness and response capacity that expose the global economy to the impacts of infectious disease. G20 members recommit to full implementation of the WHO’s International Health Regulations (IHR). To this end, and in the context of our broader efforts to strengthen health systems globally, we commit to support others to implement the IHR and to build capacity to prevent, detect, report early and rapidly respond to infectious diseases like Ebola. We also commit to fight anti-microbial resistance. Interested G20 members are supporting this goal through initiatives to accelerate action across the Economic Community

of West African States and other vulnerable regions and will report progress and announce a time frame by

May 2015 at the World Health Assembly.

 

We invite all countries to join us in mobilising resources to strengthen national, regional and global preparedness against the threat posed by infectious diseases to global health and strong, sustainable and balanced growth for all. We will remain vigilant and responsive.

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