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02.11.2021

IPLC forest tenure Joint Donor Statement – Spanish

Promoviendo el apoyo a los derechos de tenencia y custodia forestal de los pueblos indígenas y las comunidades locales.

En relación con la Declaración sobre Bosques y Uso de la Tierra emitida por los Líderes de Glasgow el 2 de noviembre de 2021 y su compromiso de “trabajar colectivamente a fin de  detener e invertir la pérdida de bosques y la degradación de la tierra para 2030, logrando al  mismo tiempo un desarrollo sostenible y promoviendo una transformación rural inclusiva”;

Nosotros, los Ministros y representantes de los países y organizaciones que se enumeran al pie de la presente:

Reconocemos la custodia fundamental proporcionada por los pueblos indígenas y las comunidades locales en la protección de bosques tropicales y la conservación de servicios esenciales de ecosistemas, así como la contribución global que hacen a la mitigación del cambio climático, la conservación de la biodiversidad y el desarrollo inclusivo y sostenible. 

Reconocemos los derechos que tienen los pueblos indígenas y las comunidades locales sobre la tierra y los recursos, de conformidad con la legislación nacional  pertinente, la Declaración de las Naciones Unidas sobre los Derechos de los Pueblos Indígenas y otros instrumentos internacionales, según corresponda y que, a pesar de la función importante que desempeñan en la protección de los bosques y la naturaleza, tan solo una fracción pequeña de estas comunidades goza de derechos garantizados de propiedad, gestión y control de tierras y recursos, y tiene acceso al apoyo y a los servicios requeridos para proteger los bosques y la naturaleza y lograr medios sostenibles de subsistencia.

Notamos con preocupación el número creciente de casos de amenazas, acoso y violencia contra pueblos indígenas y comunidades locales.

Vemos con beneplácito el liderazgo político y las medidas adoptadas por numerosos países con el objeto de reconocer y proteger los derechos que tienen los pueblos indígenas y las comunidades locales sobre la tierra y los recursos, de conformidad con la legislación nacional y otros instrumentos internacionales pertinentes, según corresponda.  

Vemos con beneplácito las iniciativas y los esfuerzos de los pueblos indígenas y las comunidades locales por lograr el reconocimiento jurídico de los derechos sobre la tierra y los recursos y por reforzar sus instituciones, organizaciones y redes a fin de apoyar una acción concertada para proteger sus tierras, bosques y recursos.

Nos comprometemos a hacer renovados esfuerzos colectivos e individuales a fin de continuar reconociendo y promoviendo el papel de los pueblos indígenas y las comunidades locales como custodios de los bosques y la naturaleza, compromiso que asumimos junto con gobiernos y otros interesados, destacando en particular el refuerzo de los sistemas de tenencia de la tierra, la protección de los derechos  sobre la tierra y los recursos de los pueblos indígenas y las comunidades locales, y la protección de los defensores indígenas y comunitarios dedicados a salvaguardar los bosques y la naturaleza.

Nos comprometemos a promover la participación y la inclusión efectivas de los  pueblos indígenas y las comunidades locales en la adopción de decisiones y a incluirles y consultarles – asociándonos con ellos – en la elaboración y aplicación  de programas e instrumentos financieros pertinentes, reconociendo los intereses específicos de las mujeres y las niñas, los jóvenes, los discapacitados y otros que frecuentemente quedan marginados del proceso de adopción de decisiones.

Demostramos hoy nuestro compromiso anunciando una promesa inicial colectiva  de financiación por valor de 1.7 mil millones de dólares de 2021 a 2025, a fin de apoyar la promoción de los derechos de tenencia de la tierra de los pueblos indígenas y las  comunidades locales y un mayor reconocimiento y mayores recompensas por su función de custodios de los bosques y la naturaleza. Instamos a otros donantes a aumentar considerablemente su apoyo a esta agenda importante. 

Esta financiación estará dirigida a:

  • canalizar el apoyo a los pueblos indígenas y las comunidades locales mediante  diversas medidas, entre ellas el desarrollo de las capacidades y el apoyo financiero  a actividades de grupos, estructuras de gobernanza y sistemas de gestión  colectivos y medios de subsistencia sostenibles;
  • actividades destinadas a asegurar, reforzar y proteger los derechos de los pueblos  indígenas y las comunidades locales sobre la tierra y los recursos, actividades que  incluyen, sin ánimo de exhaustividad, el apoyo a los trabajos de mapeo y registro de los derechos de tenencia a nivel comunitario, el apoyo a los procesos nacionales de reforma de tenencia de la tierra y los bosques y su aplicación, y el  apoyo a mecanismos de resolución de conflictos.

Con el apoyo de: República Federal de Alemania

Reino de Noruega 

Reino de los Países Bajos 

Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte 

Estados Unidos de América 

Ford Foundation  

Good Energies Foundation  

Oak Foundation  

Sobrato Philanthropies 

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation 

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation 

The Christensen Fund  

Children’s Investment Fund Foundation 

The Protecting our Planet Challenge: 

Arcadia 

Bezos Earth Fund 

Bloomberg Philanthropies 

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation 

Nia Tero 

Rainforest Trust 

Re:wild 

Wyss Foundation 

Rob and Melani Walton Foundation

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02.11.2021

IPLC forest tenure Joint Donor Statement – French

Promotion du soutien aux droits de tenure et au gardiennage des forêts des peuples autochtones et communautés locales.

En référence à la Déclaration des dirigeants de Glasgow sur les forêts et l’utilisation des  terres du 2 novembre 2021 et à la promesse par laquelle ils s’engagent à « œuvrer  collectivement pour stopper et inverser la perte de surfaces forestières et la dégradation des  terres à l’horizon 2030 tout en assurant un développement durable et favorisant une  transformation rurale inclusive

Nous, les ministres et représentants des pays et organisations dont se compose la liste ci dessous:

Reconnaissons le gardiennage essentiel assuré par les peuples autochtones et les communautés locales pour protéger les forêts tropicales et préserver les services  écosystémiques vitaux, ainsi que leur contribution globale à l’atténuation des changements climatiques, à la préservation de la biodiversité et au développement inclusif et durable. 

Reconnaissons les droits à la terre et aux ressources des peuples autochtones et des communautés locales, conformément à la législation nationale pertinente, à la Déclaration des Nations Unies sur les droits des peuples autochtones et à d’autres instruments internationaux le cas échéant et que, en dépit de leur rôle important dans la protection des forêts et de la nature, seule une petite partie de ces communautés jouit de droits garantis de propriété, de gestion et de contrôle des terres et des ressources, a accès à l’aide et aux services nécessaires pour protéger les forêts, la nature et pratiquer  des moyens de subsistance durables.

Constatons avec inquiétude le nombre croissant de cas de menaces, de harcèlement et de violence à l’encontre des peuples autochtones et des communautés locales; 

Saluons le leadership politique et les mesures prises par de nombreux pays pour reconnaître et protéger les droits des peuples autochtones et des communautés locales à la terre et aux ressources, conformément à la législation nationale pertinente et aux instruments internationaux, le cas échéant.

Saluons les initiatives et les efforts des peuples autochtones et des communautés locales pour garantir la reconnaissance juridique des droits à la terre et aux ressources et renforcer leurs institutions, organisations et réseaux dans le but d’appuyer l’action concertée visant à protéger leurs terres, leurs forêts et leurs ressources. 

Nous engageons, en partenariat avec les gouvernements et d’autres parties prenantes et en nous efforçant tout particulièrement de renforcer les régimes fonciers, de protéger les droits à la terre et aux ressources des peuples autochtones et des communautés locales, à renouveler les efforts, collectifs et individuels, pour mieux reconnaître et promouvoir leur rôle de gardiens des forêts et de la nature tout en protégeant les défenseurs des forêts et de la nature autochtones et communautaires. 

Nous engageons à promouvoir la participation et l’inclusion effectives des peuples  autochtones et des communautés locales dans la prise de décisions et à les inclure, les consulter et collaborer avec eux dans l’élaboration et la mise en œuvre des programmes  et instruments financiers pertinents, tout en reconnaissant les intérêts spécifiques des femmes et des filles, des jeunes, des personnes handicapées et d’autres personnes souvent tenues à l’écart de la prise de décisions. 

Nous manifestons aujourd’hui notre engagement en annonçant une contribution collective initiale de 1,7 milliard USD de financement pour la période 2021 à 2025, afin de soutenir l’évolution positive des droits de tenure forestière des peuples autochtones et des communautés locales, tout en reconnaissant et en récompensant plus systématiquement et  plus généreusement leur rôle de gardiens des forêts et de la nature. Nous invitons d’autres donateurs à accroître significativement leur soutien à cette initiative importante. 

Ce financement servira:

  • à orienter l’aide vers les peuples autochtones et communautés locales, notamment par  le renforcement des capacités et le soutien financier aux activités de groupe, aux  structures de gouvernance et systèmes de gestion collectives et aux moyens de  subsistance durables;
  • aux activités visant à garantir, renforcer et protéger les droits à la terre et aux ressources des peuples autochtones et des communautés locales, y compris, entre autres, par le soutien aux travaux de cartographie et d’enregistrement des droits de tenure à l’échelle des communautés, le soutien aux processus nationaux de réforme relative à la tenure  foncière, forestière et à leur mise en œuvre et le soutien aux mécanismes de résolution des conflits

Approuvé par: la République fédérale d’Allemagne

le Royaume de Norvège

le Royaume des Pays-Bas 

le Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d’Irlande du Nord 

les États-Unis  

Ford Foundation  

Good Energies Foundation  

Oak Foundation  

Sobrato Philanthropies 

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation 

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation 

The Christensen Fund  

Children’s Investment Fund Foundation 

The Protecting our Planet Challenge: 

Arcadia 

Bezos Earth Fund 

Bloomberg Philanthropies 

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation 

Nia Tero 

Rainforest Trust 

Re:wild 

Wyss Foundation 

Rob and Melani Walton Foundation

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02.11.2021

COP26 IPLC forest tenure Joint Donor Statement

Advancing Support for Indigenous Peoples’ and Local Communities’ Tenure Rights and their Forest Guardianship Glasgow COP26, November 2021.

With reference to the Glasgow Leaders’ Declaration on Forests and Land Use of 2 November 2021 and its commitment ‘to working collectively to halt and reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030 while delivering sustainable development and promoting an inclusive rural transformation’; 

We, the Ministers and representatives of the countries and organisations listed below: 

Recognise the critical guardianship provided by Indigenous Peoples and local communities in protecting tropical forests and preserving vital ecosystem services, and the global contribution they make to climate change mitigation, biodiversity preservation, and inclusive and sustainable development. 

Acknowledge the land and resource rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities, in accordance with relevant national legislation, the UN Declaration on the  Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and other international instruments, as applicable, and that, despite the important role they play in protecting forests and nature, only a small fraction of these communities enjoy secure rights to own, manage, and control land and resources and have access to the support and services required to protect forests and  nature and pursue sustainable livelihoods.  

Note with concern the rising cases of threats, harassment and violence against Indigenous Peoples and local communities.  

Welcome the political leadership and steps taken by many countries to recognise and protect Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ land and resource rights, in accordance with relevant national legislation and international instruments, as applicable.  

Welcome the initiatives and efforts of Indigenous Peoples and local communities in securing the legal recognition of land and resource rights and in strengthening their institutions, organizations and networks to support concerted action to protect their land, forests and resources.  

Commit to renewed collective and individual efforts to further recognise and advance  the role of Indigenous Peoples and local communities as guardians of forests and nature, in partnership with governments and other stakeholders, with a particular focus on strengthening land tenure systems, protecting the land and resource rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities, and protecting indigenous and community  defenders of forests and nature.  

Commit to promote the effective participation and inclusion of Indigenous Peoples and local communities in decision-making and to include, consult and partner with them in  the design and implementation of relevant programmes and finance instruments, recognising the specific interests of women and girls, youth, persons with disabilities, and others often marginalised from decision-making. 

We are demonstrating our commitment today by announcing an initial, collective pledge of $1.7 billion of financing, from 2021 to 2025, to support the advancement of Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ forest tenure rights and greater recognition and rewards for their role as guardians of forests and nature. We call on other donors to significantly increase their support to this important agenda.  

This financing will be directed at: 

  • channelling support to Indigenous Peoples and local communities, including through capacity building and financial support for group activities, collective governance structures and management systems, and sustainable livelihoods;  
  • activities to secure, strengthen and protect Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ land and resource rights, including, but not limited to, support to community-level tenure rights mapping and registration work, support to national land and forest tenure reform processes and their implementation, and support to conflict resolution mechanisms.  

Endorsed by: Federal Republic of Germany 

Kingdom of Norway 

Kingdom of the Netherlands 

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 

United States of America  

Ford Foundation 

Good Energies Foundation  

Oak Foundation  

Sobrato Philanthropies 

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation 

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation 

The Christensen Fund  

Children’s Investment Fund Foundation 

The Protecting our Planet Challenge: 

Arcadia 

Bezos Earth Fund 

Bloomberg Philanthropies 

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation 

Nia Tero 

Rainforest Trust 

Re:wild 

Wyss Foundation 

Rob and Melani Walton Foundation

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02.11.2021

COP26 Congo Basin Joint Donor Statement

Supporting the protection and sustainable management of the Congo Basin forests. 

With reference to the Glasgow Leaders Declaration on Forests and Land Use of 2 November 2021 and its commitment ‘to working collectively to halt and reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030 while delivering sustainable development and promoting an inclusive rural transformation’, we, the Ministers and representatives from the countries and organisations listed below make the following statement, that we:

Recognise the ecosystem goods and services derived from Central Africa’s Congo Basin forests, the world’s second largest tropical rainforest region. This includes their critical contribution to global climate change mitigation, provision of rainfall to large parts of African agriculture, hydropower production, biodiversity preservation and helping meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, including the pursuit of efforts to limit the global temperature increase to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. They provide a foundation for sustainable development and are critical to the livelihoods and culture of Indigenous Peoples and local communities.

Welcome the political leadership of Central African countries that have sustained forest cover in the face of mounting pressures, including but not exclusively through the  commitments set out in the 2021 COMIFAC Declaration and in national Letters of Intent signed with CAFI under the 2015 CAFI Joint Declaration, noting the need to support efforts  by working in partnership with Central African countries and regional organisations, to achieve jointly defined objectives.

Recognise that progress on tackling the systemic drivers of forest loss in Central Africa will continue to require high-level, cross-sectoral leadership from Central Africa’s forested countries, measured through reductions in forest loss whilst meeting local sustainable economic development needs and implementing principles of sustainable management of  natural resources. This will require substantial domestic resource mobilisation and long term financial support from the international community, both public and private sector, also noting the importance of business and governance frameworks conducive to investments.

Acknowledge that maintaining and enhancing protection, sustainable management, and restoration requires scaled up finance, from both public and private sources, in light of the goods and services provided by the Congo Basin forests and their critical importance in achieving local, regional, and international climate, biodiversity and development objectives. Also recognising that more effective, efficient and accessible forms of support will be required to help countries in this region implement development strategies rooted in sustaining these precious forests.

We are demonstrating our commitment to this important region today by announcing an initial collective pledge of at least $1.5 billion of financing between 2021-2025 to support  ambitious efforts and results in the region to protect and maintain the Congo Basin forests, peatlands and other critical global carbon stores. We intend to build on this in subsequent years, by seeking increased finance and investment from a wide variety of public and private sources while also improving coordination, effectiveness and accessibility. We also call on other donors to significantly increase their support for the protection and sustainable management of the Congo Basin forests.

Supported by:  

European Commission on behalf of the European Union

Federal Republic of Germany 

French Republic 

Japan 

Kingdom of Belgium 

Kingdom of the Netherlands 

Kingdom of Norway 

Kingdom of Sweden 

Republic of Korea 

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 

United States of America 

Bezos Earth Fund

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02.11.2021

The Global Forest Finance Pledge

Financing the protection, restoration, and sustainable management of forests.

Here in Glasgow at COP26, we announce our intention to collectively provide US$12 billion for forest-related climate finance between 2021-2025. This will incentivise results and support action in Official Development Assistance (ODA) eligible forest countries where increased ambition and concrete steps are shown towards ending deforestation by no later than 2030.  

2. Our collective finance pledge demonstrates ambitious global action to help unleash the  potential of forests and sustainable land use. This is essential to meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement, including accelerating our pursuit of efforts to limit global average temperature increase to 1.5C. More ambitious action on nature is key for the shift toward  the low carbon and climate resilient future we want. Through enhanced collaboration to halt and reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030, we are minimising the dangerous economic and social impacts that climate change will bring. Success in protecting, restoring, and sustainably managing forests is also critical for protecting people and livelihoods, preserving critical ecosystems, and halting and reversing biodiversity loss. 

3. Progress can only be made with ambitious forest countries in the lead. We welcome the leadership and ambition already shown by forest countries, indigenous peoples, local  communities, and others, including the ambitious corporate commitments made by those here today. We also recognise that forest countries need access to significant, predictable  flows of both public and private finance to deliver on this ambition and to help them tackle the systemic drivers of forest loss. Our intention to collectively provide US$12 billion of public climate finance for the period 2021-25 will support further ambition from forest  countries, strengthening areas where we have already seen success, and enhancing new and underdeveloped actions. We will work closely with the private sector, using our public climate finance to leverage vital funding from private sources to deliver change at scale.  

4. Central to the activities supported by the pledge we will promote the full, effective, and willing participation of Indigenous Peoples and local communities in programmes that  protect and restore forests, reduce deforestation and forest degradation, and ensure that benefits reach smallholders and local communities. 

5. Our pledge will provide support for climate mitigation and adaptation, help address the systemic drivers of forest loss, and enable the conservation, sustainable management,  and restoration of forests in ODA eligible countries. These will be delivered through funding for results-based payments, technical and financial cooperation for capacity building, as well as other activities that support and strengthen: 

  • Forest and land governance and clarifying land tenure and forest rights for Indigenous Peoples and local communities
  • Deforestation-free and sustainable agricultural supply chains including systems for  transparency, traceability and integrity, the development and effective implementation of sustainability standards and certification and increasing the availability of finance for smallholders and community forestry, to improve livelihoods and support a transition to sustainable practices
  • Deforestation-free and sustainable financial markets and leveraging significant private investment in sustainable forest management, forest protection and sustainable deforestation free agriculture
  • Large-scale landscape restoration and forest conservation 
  • Actions to reduce forest crime and forest fires

Supported by: Canada 

 European Commission on behalf of the European Union

 Federal Republic of Germany 

 French Republic 

 Japan 

 Kingdom of Belgium 

 Kingdom of Denmark 

 Kingdom of the Netherlands 

 Kingdom of Norway 

 Republic of Korea 

 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland  

 United States of America

World Leader’s Summit, COP26

02.11.2021

Glasgow Leaders’ Declaration on Forests and Land Use

We, the leaders of the countries identified below: 

Emphasise the critical and interdependent roles of forests of all types, biodiversity and sustainable land use in enabling the world to meet its sustainable development goals; to help achieve a balance between anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions and removal by sinks; to adapt to climate change; and to maintain other ecosystem services.  

Reaffirm our respective commitments, collective and individual, to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement, the Convention on Biological  Diversity, the UN Convention to Combat Desertification, the Sustainable Development Goals; and other relevant initiatives.  

Reaffirm our respective commitments to sustainable land use, and to the conservation, protection, sustainable management and restoration of forests, and other terrestrial  ecosystems. 

Recognise that to meet our land use, climate, biodiversity and sustainable development goals, both globally and nationally, will require transformative further action in the  interconnected areas of sustainable production and consumption; infrastructure development; trade; finance and investment; and support for smallholders, Indigenous Peoples, and local communities, who depend on forests for their livelihoods and have a key role in their stewardship. 

Highlight the areas of strong progress in recent years and the opportunities before us to accelerate action. 

We therefore commit to working collectively to halt and reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030 while delivering sustainable development and promoting an inclusive rural transformation.  

We will strengthen our shared efforts to: 

  1. Conserve forests and other terrestrial ecosystems and accelerate their restoration; 
  2. Facilitate trade and development policies, internationally and domestically, that promote sustainable development, and sustainable commodity production and consumption, that work to countries’ mutual benefit, and that do not drive deforestation and land degradation;
  3. Reduce vulnerability, build resilience and enhance rural livelihoods, including through empowering communities, the development of profitable, sustainable agriculture, and recognition of the multiple values of forests, while recognising the rights of Indigenous Peoples, as well as local communities, in accordance with relevant national legislation and international instruments, as appropriate;
  4. Implement and, if necessary, redesign agricultural policies and programmes to incentivise sustainable agriculture, promote food security, and benefit the environment; 
  5. Reaffirm international financial commitments and significantly increase finance and investment from a wide variety of public and private sources, while also improving its effectiveness and accessibility, to enable sustainable agriculture, sustainable forest management, forest conservation and restoration, and support for Indigenous Peoples and local communities; 
  6. Facilitate the alignment of financial flows with international goals to reverse forest loss and degradation, while ensuring robust policies and systems are in place to accelerate the transition to an economy that is resilient and advances forest, sustainable land use, biodiversity and climate goals. 

We urge all leaders to join forces in a sustainable land use transition. This is essential to meeting the Paris Agreement goals, including reducing vulnerability to the impacts of  climate change and holding the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2°C and pursuing efforts to limit it to 1.5°C, noting that the science shows further  acceleration of efforts is needed if we are to collectively keep 1.5°C within reach. Together we can succeed in fighting climate change, delivering resilient and inclusive growth, and  halting and reversing forest loss and land degradation.

NEW ENDORSEMENTS SINCE 10/11/21: The Holy See, Nicaragua, Singapore, Turkmenistan

% OF FOREST COVERED BY ENDORSERS: 90.94%

HECTARES OF FOREST COVERED BY ENDORSERS: 3,691,510,640

SQUARE MILES OF FOREST COVERED BY ENDORSERS: 14,252,996

Total: 145

  1. Albania
  2. Andorra
  3. Angola
  4. Argentina
  5. Armenia
  6. Australia
  7. Austria
  8. Azerbaijan
  9. Bangladesh
  10. Belgium
  11. Belarus
  12. Belize
  13. Bhutan
  14. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  15. Botswana
  16. Brazil
  17. Brunei Darussalam
  18. Bulgaria
  19. Burkina Faso
  20. Cambodia
  21. Cameroon
  22. Canada
  23. Central African Republic
  24. Chad
  25. Chile
  26. China
  27. Colombia
  28. Costa Rica
  29. Côte d’Ivoire
  30. Croatia
  31. Cuba
  32. Cyprus
  33. Czechia
  34. Denmark
  35. Dominican Republic
  36. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  37. Ecuador
  38. El Salvador
  39. Equatorial Guinea
  40. Estonia
  41. Eswatini
  42. European Commission on behalf of the European Union
  43. Fiji
  44. Finland
  45. France
  46. Gabon
  47. Georgia
  48. Germany
  49. Ghana
  50. Greece
  51. Grenada
  52. Guatemala
  53. Guinea Bissau
  54. Guyana
  55. Haiti
  56. Holy See
  57. Honduras
  58. Hungary
  59. Iceland
  60. Indonesia
  61. Ireland
  62. Israel
  63. Italy
  64. Jamaica
  65. Japan
  66. Kazakhstan
  67. Kenya
  68. Kyrgyzstan
  69. Latvia
  70. Lebanon
  71. Liberia
  72. Liechtenstein
  73. Lithuania
  74. Luxembourg
  75. Madagascar
  76. Malawi
  77. Malaysia
  78. Mali
  79. Malta
  80. Mauritius
  81. Mexico
  82. Moldova
  83. Monaco
  84. Mongolia
  85. Montenegro
  86. Morocco
  87. Mozambique
  88. Nepal
  89. Netherlands
  90. New Zealand
  91. Nicaragua
  92. Niger
  93. Nigeria
  94. North Macedonia
  95. Norway
  96. Pakistan
  97. Panama
  98. Papua New Guinea
  99. Paraguay
  100. Peru
  101. Philippines
  102. Poland
  103. Portugal
  104. Republic of the Congo
  105. Romania
  106. Russia
  107. Rwanda
  108. Saint Lucia
  109. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  110. Samoa
  111. San Marino
  112. Sao Tome and Principe
  113. Senegal
  114. Serbia
  115. Seychelles
  116. Sierra Leone
  117. Singapore
  118. Slovakia
  119. Slovenia
  120. Somalia
  121. South Korea
  122. Spain
  123. Sri Lanka
  124. Suriname
  125. Sweden
  126. Switzerland
  127. Syria
  128. Tanzania
  129. Thailand
  130. Togo
  131. Tonga
  132. Turkey
  133. Turkmenistan
  134. Uganda
  135. Ukraine
  136. United Arab Emirates
  137. United Kingdom
  138. United States of America
  139. Uruguay
  140. Uzbekistan
  141. Vanuatu
  142. Vietnam
  143. Zambia
  144. Zimbabwe

12th November 2021 (6pm)