Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s time in Paris is over.

156 goals in 180 matches, spread over 113 goals in the league (122 matches), 20 in the Champions League (33), 16 of the French Cup (13), five in the French league cup (nine) and two in the Trophee des Champions (three).

69 of those goals were scored with the right foot, 32 on penalties, 28 with the left foot, 15 with the head, 8 free kicks and 4 goals with the chest. In addition Zlatan had 58 assists in four seasons.

The 34-year-old won twelve titles with PSG and he is loved in Paris. The club has already offered a position in the club management after Zlatan ends his professional players career. It is easy to understand why, ibra is a winner. Four league titles, three French Super Cup titles, three French League Cup titles and two French Cup titles. He nlw has amazing 30 titles during his career.
Individually Ibrahimovic won the top scorer title in Ligue 1 during the seasons 2012/2013, 2013/2014 and 2015/2016. The years he was also three times named player of the season in the French league. 

After the last game yesterday, Ibra just gave one comment to the media: ‘Veni, Vidi, Vice’. I came, I saw, I conqured.

In just a few days, leaders and decision-makers from across the globe will meet in Istanbul for the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS). In just a few days, leaders and decision-makers from across the globe will meet in Istanbul for the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS).

At a time of unprecedented humanitarian needs, global partnership and solidarity are more important than ever before. Next week’s Summit in Istanbul provides us with a unique opportunity to strengthen our global humanitarian response. As the Secretary General states in his report for the Summit – this is One Humanity, and it is a Shared Responsibility. For all of us.

As co-chairs of the DHP, Brazil and Sweden have over the past two years provided a platform for open, transparent and inclusive discussions in the run-up to the Summit.

As humanitarian and development partners we will continue to provide support for those in need, and to work towards a stronger, more effective and more inclusive global humanitarian response system, as well as to continue to promote International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law.

In view of this, Sweden and Brazil have both decided to support all the core commitments proposed for the Summit in Istanbul. We would encourage other Member States to consider doing the same, SwedishGovernment says in a statement.

Transport infrastructure is a key to economic development. We know that trade plays a vital role for the development of our societies. OECD has just presented an interesting report on Transport Infrastructure Needs for Future Growth: Capacity to Grow. 

The 2015 International Transport Forum Outlook projects a four-fold increase in international freight traffic with much of this growth involving imports and exports to regions of the world that have insufficient transport infrastructure. Increasing international trade will pose unprecedented challenges to infrastructure development, funding and management. 

The report examines the consequences of increased global trade on the world’s transport infrastructure. More complex international freight flows as a result of diversified global trade patterns will change capacity requirements and increasingly reshape global transport networks over the coming decades. Policy makers need to understand now how these forces are likely to play out in order to ensure adequate and timely investment into transport infrastructure that will continue to provide the backbone of global trade and economic development. 

Here is a link to the entire report: Capacity to Grow
Thanks to my friend Jan Hoffman at UNCTAD for the news on the report.