On Tuesday, March 3, former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry jointly opened the “High Seas Treaty Dialogue” with Prince Albert in Monaco, where they also addressed managing marine protected areas.
The three-day event, which runs until March 5, aims to tackle unresolved questions before the fourth session of the Intergovernmental Conference on marine biodiversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction, held at the UN headquarters in New York from March 23 to April 3, 2020.
The “High Seas Treaty Dialogue” has been organized by the Norwegian Nobel Institute and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, bringing together a small group of heads of government around the issue of preserving the high seas.
Kerry, who retired from public life in January 2017 after serving as the 68th United States Secretary of State, didn’t miss the opportuntiy to weigh in with voters on Super Tuesday. He tweeted: “14 states get to help pick not just a nominee, but a president. @JoeBiden is loyal, empathetic, genuine, smart, and serious. He'll fight to make America live up to our values. Keep his momentum going if you want to see the kind of country we all deserve