Responsibility to cooperate
State and non-State actors interact internationally with increasing intensity. This scenario creates opportunities for cooperation to deal jointly with new challenges and threats and with improved tools among States and between States and other international actors. Thus, climate change, epidemics, food security, environmental degradation, ethnic conflicts, humanitarian crises, transnational organized crime, and human trafficking, among other emerging global situations, call for joint action.
A cooperative approach, with a comprehensive view, is fundamental when addressing risks at the global level. No member of the international community willing to promote peace, security and common welfare can avoid this responsibility. Therefore, Chile is strongly committed to cooperating, through its technical and human resources, in all multilateral, global, regional, sub-regional and bilateral forums in order to contribute to solving some of these new and delicate problems that threaten the international community.