Guterres Message for United Nations Day: Values ​​have no expiration date

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“The United Nations was founded 76 years ago as a vehicle of hope for a world emerging from the shadow of a catastrophic war,” he said. Antonio Guterres, in his message for October 24, United Nations Day.

“COVID-19, wars, hunger, poverty and climate emergency remind us that our world is far from perfect. But they also make it clear that solidarity is the only way forward, “Guterres said. huge challenges and to proceed with the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals “.

According to the APE BPE, the UN Secretary General underlines the need to ensure access to COVID-19 vaccines for all people worldwide, to protect the rights and dignity of all people, especially the poorest and least privileged, to pursue an end to war, to make bold climate commitments and to to build a global networked and effective governance, as he described it in his recent report “Our Common Agenda”.

The UN Secretary-General then recalled that “the values ​​that have given strength to the United Nations Charter over the past 76 years – peace, development, human rights and opportunities for all – do not have an expiration date».

«As we celebrate United Nations Day, let us unite for these ideals and put into practice the promise, the prospects and the hopes of the United Nations“, concluded.

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