Mexico adopted the UN a political declaration in which, together with the international community, to end the HIV-AIDS threat to public health in the world by 2030.
The declaration sets out a number of specific targets for 2020, in order to eradicate the AIDS epidemic in the framework of the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (ODS) adopted last September by the UN.
Secretary of Health in Mexico, Jose Narro Robles, said in his speech at the General Assembly that the world has made remarkable progress over the past two decades, converting this disease into a chronic syndrome and increase . . .