Ban Ki-Moon, próximo S.G. da ONU - II

Although South Korea’s spending in development assistance rose to 0.09 percent of GNI last year, it is still far from the United Nations recommendation of 0.7 per cent of the economy.
After Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Ban Ki-moon announced his run for the UN secretary-general’s position, it was pointed out that Korea should raise its development spending to improve its voice in the global community.

For this reason, South Korea plans to introduce a solidarity tax on airplane tickets as well as other measures to help poor countries.