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“The world needs a global level of multilateral governance that can set aside problematic ‘national interests’,” U.N. Secretary-General AntonioGuterres said recently.
While the important body celebrated last Friday the 75th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Charter, the founding instrument of the globalist organization, Guterres made some powerful statements.
The politician said that it is necessary to “reimagine the way nations cooperate”.
“We need a networked multilateralism, bringing together the UN system, regional organizations, international financial institutions and others,” the UN chief told the press at the virtual launch of the UN Comprehensive Response to COVID-19.
“We need an inclusive multilateralism, drawing on the indispensable contributions of civil society, business, cities, regions and, in particular, with greater weight given to the voices of youth,” he said, noting that in the 21st century, governments are no longer the only political and power reality.
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“Global governance is needed”
Guterres said that today, in the 21st century, governments are no longer the only form of politics and power.
He noted that there is now a need to create an “effective unit” that can function as an “instrument of global governance.”
“The problem is that today’s multilateralism lacks scale, ambition and teeth. And some of the instruments that have teeth show little or no appetite to bite, as has recently been the case with the difficulties facing the Security Council,” he said.
In conclusion, the politician answered the question of what the U.N. has achieved during its three-quarters of a century of existence.
Guterres said that “at least the Third World War that so many people have predicted was averted.”
As we mark the 75th anniversary of the @UN Charter, we must reimagine the way nations cooperate.
— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) June 25, 2020