Breitbart News has partnered with the United Nations and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United States (FAO) to highlight the importance of the World Food Program (WFP) and its role in supporting local farmers and rural communities, especially those that are struggling economically.

In the first of two videos, FAO Secretary-General Luis Almagro delivers a keynote address to the World Economic Forum in Davos.

This year’s theme of the event was the role of the WFP in supporting food security, and the Secretary-Generals’ speech focused on the WIFP’s role in providing the tools needed to implement a “sustainable food system.”

FAO and Breitbart News are the exclusive partners for the first video, which will be available exclusively to subscribers at Breitbart News.

The second video will focus on the importance and role of a “food sovereignty” framework.

The FAO’s new Food Sovereignty Framework outlines the WFS model that will be key to developing and implementing the WSP in the region.

The WFS framework is designed to support the global community’s development of a food sovereignty framework that supports farmers and local communities to implement sustainable, low-cost, and environmentally responsible agricultural practices.

The framework is intended to facilitate and support the development of the local, regional, and national governments to manage the production and distribution of food products, including agro-ecology and food security.

The Framework also sets clear goals for the implementation of the framework, such as protecting the food supply chain and reducing the need for imports.

The Secretary-generals’ presentation also provided a brief overview of the food sovereignty strategy that is being developed by FAO, the Food and Agricultural Organization of America (FAOA), and the United Nation Food and Veterinary Authority (UNAVA), a U.N. agency dedicated to ensuring the health and well-being of people and animals in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals.

This will be a first-of-its-kind discussion, as the framework is still in the early stages of implementation.

“The Secretary-general was very insightful in his remarks, and his opening remarks were very informative,” FAO President and CEO José Miguel Insulza said in a statement.

“FAO and the WFAO are delighted to collaborate on the introduction of a new, holistic framework for food sovereignty.”

This is the second year that the WPS framework has been introduced.

In 2017, it was introduced in a special meeting of the WTO’s Executive Committee, where the WPP was formally established.

It was the first framework to be introduced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), which also was a co-sponsor.

In 2018, the WEPF also introduced the WDPF framework, and in 2019, the World Agricultural Summit hosted the first meeting of a Working Group on Agriculture and the Environment.

As a result, the first U.K. WFP and the first WFP-funded agricultural research project in the U,S., the Millennium Potsdam, were established.

In a statement released on Monday, FAOs Secretary- General and CEO said that the FAO has been working with WFP to implement the framework in the past.

“Today, we are delighted that the UNAVA is introducing the first version of the FAWFP Framework,” Insulzi said.

“As we work with the FAOS to create a sustainable and inclusive food system for people, animals, and crops, we will ensure that these approaches work together to make sure people have access to food security and the environment.”

The FAOWFP is expected to be implemented by the end of 2019.

It will provide the foundation for developing the WIS framework and will serve as a guide for implementing a WSP and WFP, and provide information to local governments to help them prepare for this transition.

“We believe the WISS is the next step in the WAPP [Welfare State, Food Sovereity, and Food Security] journey,” Insula said.