107. Given the unique and unique weaknesses of small island developing states, such as small size. B, limited trading capacity and remote markets, we recognize that efforts are needed to support their integration at the regional level and between regions and global markets. In this regard, we strongly support the efforts of small island developing states: (a) to promote their commitment to trade and economic agreements, to take into account, where appropriate, existing provisions on special and differentiated treatments, and to take note of the work done so far under the World Trade Organisation`s Small Economy Work Programme; (b) Obtain technical assistance through trade assistance mechanisms and other programmes to strengthen their capacity to participate effectively in the multilateral trading system, including the explanation of trade rules and disciplines, the negotiation and implementation of trade agreements, the formulation and management of coherent trade policies, in order to improve trade competitiveness and development and growth prospects; (c) Assess and mitigate the impact of non-tariff barriers on their market access opportunities, including through appropriate technical assistance and the implementation of the World Trade Organization Trade Facilitation Agreement; (d) develop and strengthen partnerships to increase the participation of small island developing states in international trade in goods and services, strengthen their production capacity and address supply constraints. Decision 8/6 Economic Growth, Trade and Investment Introduction 1. Measures on economic growth, trade and investment should be pursued in accordance with Action 21 and Action Programme 21, as part of the overall sustainable development objective. Other measures to achieve this should also build on the results of the tenth session of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), taking into account developments in other international for a. In this regard, cooperation and coordination between UNCTAD, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNCLOS), the World Trade Organization, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and other relevant institutions should be strengthened.