Resolution 61/225. World Diabetes Day

United Nations

General Assembly

Sixty-first session Agenda item 113

Resolution adopted by the General Assembly 61/225. World Diabetes Day

The General Assembly,

Recalling the 2005 World Summit Outcome3 and the United Nations Millennium Declaration,4 as well as the outcomes of the major United Nations conferences and summits in the economic, social and related fields, in particular the health-related development goals set out therein, and its resolutions 58/3 of 27th October 2003, 60/35 of 30th November 2005 and 60/265 of 30 June 2006,

Recognizing that strengthening public-health and health-care delivery systems is critical to achieving internationally agreed development goals, including the Millennium Development Goals,

Recognizing also that diabetes is a chronic, debilitating and costly disease associated with severe complications, which poses severe risks for families, Member States and the entire world and serious challenges to the achievement of internationally agreed development goals, including the Millennium Development Goals,

Recalling World Health Assembly resolutions WHA42.36 of 19th May 1989 on the prevention and control of diabetes mellitus[1] and WHA57.17 of 22th May 2004 on a global strategy on diet, physical activity and health,[2]

Welcoming the fact that the International Diabetes Federation has been observing 14th November as World Diabetes Day at a global level since 1991, with co-sponsorship of the World Health Organization,

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