The facilitators did a fantastic job  in bringing the 193 States together to say what they said and to offer the things to the refugees and the migrants, and the host countries  a lot of new things that will make a big difference. Special Adviser Karen AbuZayd speaks to the UN News Centre ahead of the summit. Credit: United Nations UN News Centre: What are your thoughts on the criticism that it is weak and that it could have been stronger? go to this websiteKaren AbuZayd: Well, I think, of course it could have been stronger. Our document, which was used to build toward the outcome document, probably had some more recommendations in it that we would have liked to have seen, but all in all, what we achieved was quite extraordinary and the outcome document gives many things. I dont know why [there is criticism that the outcome] is not strong. There could be some things that are not there that could have been, but all the commitments that are there use very strong language that the Member States agreed by consensus [and] are determined to do. They are acknowledging things, they are saying that they are going to go ahead and [take measures], and many intend to do as well. On the whole, they have agreed to a number of new actions that they will take on behalf of refugees and migrants . We should be happy about this and embrace it.
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