The commemoration of the Geneva Consensus Declaration in Washington
This event was marked by the presence of several members of the U.S. Congress, including senators and congressmen, as well as representatives from various nations worldwide. The gathering served as an opportunity to celebrate the core values and principles enshrined in the Geneva Consensus Declaration, a historic agreement.
The participation of these honorable American lawmakers, including Senators Steve Daines, James Lankford, Cindy Hyde-Smith, Marco Rubio, and Congressman Jim Banks, Robert Aderholt, and Chris Smith, underscored the significance of this event. Their presence demonstrated the United States' commitment to the principles of the Geneva Consensus Declaration.
Furthermore, during this commemoration, Chad announced its agreement in principle to become a member of the Geneva Consensus Declaration, signifying its adherence to the values promoted by this international coalition.
This decision reflects Chad's strong commitment to supporting these essential principles and working in collaboration with the international community to promote women's health, life, the family, and national sovereignty. It represents a significant step toward comprehensive cooperation in favor of these fundamental values.