Agenda 30 is a new initiative of the U.S. Department of State to address the world’s problems through a new agenda in English.
The initiative, which will be launched by President Obama on April 14, will be called the Americas First initiative.
In his speech, Obama said that the new initiative will promote the United States’ global role in addressing challenges in the 21st century, as well as strengthen the United Nations.
The United States will also use the initiative to improve the performance of foreign ministries in Latin America, Africa, and Asia.
“This initiative will be a global effort to create an open, transparent, and credible platform for the development of American foreign policy,” Obama said in his address.
“This new initiative is a continuation of the efforts we have made in recent years to develop a more constructive and responsive U.N. for the 21th century.”
Obama is set to deliver the keynote address at the 20th Anniversary celebration of Agenda 30 in Paris on March 25.
The U.K. is the first country to join the initiative, with the British Foreign Office and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade also setting up the initiative.
Agenda 30 aims to create a new international security and governance forum.
The new forum, called the Security Council, is expected to be set up by the end of the year.
The U.A.E. and the United Arab Emirates have expressed interest in joining the initiative as well.
The initiative will focus on two areas: countering terrorism and ensuring peace and stability in the Middle East, according to a press release from the U-A.G. and Emirates.
The goal of the initiative is to promote a constructive and cooperative partnership between the United Kingdom and the UAE, the statement said.