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Baghdad / .. New York City, witnessed on Sunday, the holding of a tripartite summit between Jordan, Egypt and the sidelines of the meetings of the United Nations.


The President of the Republic in a statement received, "Eye of Iraq News," that "President Barham Saleh began his meetings on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York with a meeting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo."



The presidency added that "a tripartite summit was held (Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian)."




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President Barham Salih met on Sunday with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.


"Saleh started his meetings on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York with a meeting with the US secretary of state," the presidency said in a statement received by Mawazine News.


The statement added, "The President of the Republic held a tripartite summit (Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian)."


The 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly, with the participation of President Barham Salih, who arrived in the United States, will begin on Tuesday.





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Al-Monitor has revealed a forthcoming meeting between President Barham Saleh and his US counterpart Donald Trump on the margins of the United Nations meetings.
Speaking about Iraq and the anticipated participation of President Saleh in New York, the paper said: "The idea here is not to press Iraq against Iraq, as it was in the face of Iran, as it was in the midst of Iran, and as a way of life. However, President Saleh and his colleagues in the three presidencies have put their country on a different path, giving priority to Iraq's sovereignty and avoiding conflict. "
"The Trump administration could win by encouraging the Iraqi leadership," she said. "Although it is acknowledged that Iraq's path is fragile, in a potentially explosive area, there are increasingly signs of sound investment."
She pointed out, "a meeting between President Barham Saleh and his US counterpart Donald Trump on the margins of meetings."
The President of the Republic went a few days to New York to participate in the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly


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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty President Saleh begins a major work in New York: a tripartite Arab summit and a meeting with Pompeo

Post by claud39 on Sun Sep 22, 2019 8:17 pm

President Saleh begins a major work in New York: a tripartite Arab summit and a meeting with Pompeo


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President Barham Saleh started his meetings on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York with a meeting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on the crisis in the region and Iraqi-American relations.
During the meeting, they discussed ways to develop bilateral relations between the two friendly countries, in addition to regional and international developments.
The President stressed the need to avoid escalation and renounce war, and the adoption of dialogue as a means to solve the problems of the region and protect its stability, and focus on completing the war against terrorism, so  as to achieve international peace and security.
The President arrived in New York at the head of a high-level delegation, including Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali Al-Hakim and Planning Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi and the President of the Supreme Permanent Committee for the Advancement of Women Dr. Zikra Alloush to participate in the meetings of the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
It is hoped that Iraq will address the General Assembly and will meet with a number of leaders and heads of state participating in the meetings.





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The President also held a tripartite summit (Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian) with President Sisi and King Abdullah II Bin Al-Hussein to coordinate positions on the situation in the region and ease the tension.

 
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Post by claud39 on Sun Sep 22, 2019 8:20 pm

President Saleh discusses strengthening the economy as a means of peace with Shawalbe and receives an invitation to attend Davos





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The President of the Republic Barham Saleh, at his residence in New York, received the President of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwalbe, on the sidelines of the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly.
The President stressed, according to a statement to his media, "the need to build a new economic order in the region, which supports civil peace in all countries," indicating the need for the economy as a supporter of peace, through the links created by the labor market.




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For his part, Shawalbeh appreciated President Barham Saleh's economic orientations, expressing his hope for concerted efforts to create a positive economic environment for work.

President Saleh received an official invitation to attend the annual World Economic Forum in Davos.




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Amir of Kuwait receives Iraqi President in USA


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Kuwait - Mubasher: His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah received on Monday at noon the President of the Republic of Iraq, Dr. Barham Salih, at the residence of the Emir of Kuwait in the United States of America .
 Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) reported that the President of the Republic of Iraq was assured of the Amir's health and the results of his recent medical examinations .
The Emir of Kuwait expressed his thanks and appreciation for the sentiments expressed by President Barham Saleh, which embodies the depth of the good relations between the two countries and the two peoples .
 The meeting was attended by Deputy Head of the National Guard Sheikh Mishaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah .
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Minister of Planning arrives in New York for the 74th UN General Assembly


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Minister of Planning, Dr. Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi, arrived in New York City on Saturday 21-09-2019 to participate in the 74th UN General Assembly meetings, as part of the Iraqi delegation headed by President Barham Saleh.
Iraq will participate in a week-long series of summits and high-level meetings of the UN General Assembly to discuss issues of global concern to promote action on climate change and accelerate progress in sustainable development, with the aim of providing healthy, peaceful and prosperous lifestyles for all.


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Post by claud39 on Mon Sep 23, 2019 7:53 am

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Minister of Planning Dr. Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi participated in the Iraqi delegation headed by President Barham Saleh in New York on Sunday 22-09-2019 in the tripartite summit with the participation of Jordan's King Abdullah II and Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
Dr. Nouri Al-Dulaimi affirmed Iraq's endeavor to enhance joint coordination with the countries of the region to serve the common interests, pointing out Iraq's policy of activating dialogue and renouncing violence among all countries in solving outstanding problems, thus ensuring the protection of peoples and maintaining their social and economic security.
The leaders at the tripartite summit stressed the need to build on the recent victories in the battle against terrorism, and the need to completely eliminate all terrorist organizations wherever they exist, reiterating their full support for the reconstruction efforts and the return of displaced persons to the areas liberated from the Islamic State terrorist organization.


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The Minister of Planning participates with the President of the Republic in the meeting with the US Secretary of State in New York




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Minister of Planning Dr. Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi on Sunday participated in the meeting of the Iraqi delegation headed by President Barham Saleh with the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his accompanying delegation on the sidelines of the 74th UN General Assembly.
During the meeting, they discussed ways to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries and the general situation in the Middle East region.

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Minister of Planning: We are working to unify national and international efforts towards providing health insurance with comprehensive coverage and sustainable financing


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Minister of Planning, Dr. Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi, participated in the high-level meeting on comprehensive health care in New York on Monday on the sidelines of his participation in the 74th session of the UN General Assembly. Countries of the world.

During the meeting, Dr. Nouri Al-Dulaimi announced the ministry's efforts to unify national and international efforts towards providing health insurance with comprehensive coverage and sustainable financing, indicating government endeavors in developing emergency services, improving immediate ambulance services, improving the quality of health care and medical services provided to citizens and reducing mortality and morbidity.

 Medicines and medical supplies from solid origins and ensure their sustainability with a focus on cancer and life-saving medicines.

In reading the joint statement after the meeting, the US Secretary of Health and Human Services called on all member states to unite efforts to provide universal health care, achieve family security and well-being, and raise health awareness about good health practices and wrong health practices.







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Minister of Planning participates in the 2019 Climate Change Summit in New York


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The Minister of Planning, Dr. Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi, participated in the work of the Climate Change Summit 2019 on the sidelines of the 74th session of the General Assembly. Dr. Dhikra Alloush and the Permanent Representative of Iraq to the United Nations.





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President Barham Salih met with French President Emmanuel Macron on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York.
Saleh stressed the desire of Iraq to build fruitful and wide relations with France in various fields, and expand horizons of cooperation and joint coordination and to serve the mutual interests of the two friendly countries.
The meeting showed that the Iraqi delegation was free of any files that were supposed to be discussed with the French side, unlike the French delegation, which was carrying files dealing with relations and investment projects and other related to other sectors.


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Saleh and Merkel discuss bilateral relations in all fields


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President Barham Salih on Tuesday discussed with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly meetings ways to improve relations between the two countries in all fields.

The President's Information Office said in a statement received by Kalakamesh that during the meeting, they discussed ways to upgrade relations between the two countries in all fields to achieve the aspirations of the two friendly peoples, and the role of the European Union in assisting Iraq for reconstruction and strengthening the capabilities of the Iraqi security forces. .

The President and the German Chancellor reviewed developments on the regional and international arenas, stressing the importance of dialogue between all parties to achieve peace and stability in the region.






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The President of the Republic discusses with the Bulgarian President bilateral relations


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The President of the Republic Barham Salih, Tuesday, in New York, with Bulgarian President Roman Radev, bilateral relations between the two countries, on the sidelines of the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly.


"President Saleh met in New York with Bulgarian President Roman Radev on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly," the Presidential Information Office said in a brief statement received by Gilgamesh Press.


The statement added, "The meeting discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and ways of enhancing joint cooperation to achieve the aspirations of the two friendly peoples. They also discussed regional and international developments and issues of common concern."


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US authorities restrict Rouhani's movement in New York


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[rtl]US authorities restricted the movement of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in New York during the UN General Assembly.[/rtl]




[rtl] The Iranian president cannot leave the UN headquarters in Manhattan independently. In addition, the President of Iran received a special permit to stay in the hotel, as quoted by the agency 'Fars'.[/rtl]




[rtl] The agency 'IRNA', last Sunday, that one person in every three people in the Iranian delegation did not get a visa to America to attend the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly.[/rtl]




[rtl] Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said that the United States does not want Iran to participate in UN General Assembly meetings, but we insist on attending to express our positions openly.[/rtl]




[rtl] The Rouhani, from the airport 'Mehrabad' before heading to New York, to participate in the work of the General Assembly of the United Nations, 'The policy of extreme pressure exerted by Washington did not achieve any results'.[/rtl]






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French President Emmanuel Macron has told his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani that the road to reducing tensions in the region is getting harder and it is time for Iran to help defuse the crisis, his office said in a statement.


Macron held talks with Rouhani on Monday, which lasted more than 90 minutes, shortly after Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and German Chancellor Angela Merkel charged Iran directly with involvement in the September 14 attack on Saudi oil facilities.


"In the current situation, the path to halting the escalation is narrow, but more important than ever, and it is time for Iran to take it," the statement quoted Macron as saying, adding that it was necessary to start a dialogue on regional security issues.


"The two sides discussed ways to salvage Iran's (nuclear) agreement, bilateral relations and President Rouhani's new initiative for the region: 'Hope'," Iran's UN Mission spokesman Ali Reza Mir Yousafi said in a tweet on Twitter.


Macron is due to meet US President Donald Trump later on Tuesday to discuss the Iranian issue.




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Iraqi President meets a number of European heads of state in New York


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Mubasher: President Barham Saleh met with a number of European heads of state on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York .

In a statement, the Iraqi presidency said that President Barham Saleh met with French President Emmanuel Macron on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York .

The President added that the President stressed the desire of Iraq to build fruitful and wide relations with France in various fields, and expand the horizons of cooperation and joint coordination and to serve the mutual interests of the two friendly countries .

The President and the French President discussed the regional and international developments and the need to adopt dialogues and understandings to resolve all outstanding problems between all parties in order to prevail peace and stability in the region .




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In the same context, President Saleh met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly .

He stressed the need to intensify the efforts of all to consolidate security and peace in the region to enjoy the stability and prosperity of its peoples, and discussed with him the developments of the current situation, and stressed the need to adopt dialogue to ease tensions regionally and internationally .

He met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly .

During the meeting, they discussed ways to upgrade relations between the two countries in all fields to achieve the aspirations of the two friendly peoples, and the role of the European Union in assisting Iraq for reconstruction and strengthening the capabilities of the Iraqi security forces .



The President and the German Chancellor reviewed developments on the regional and international arenas, stressing the importance of dialogue between all parties to achieve peace and stability in the region .




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On the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, the President of the Republic met Bulgarian President Roman Radev.



During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations and ways of enhancing joint cooperation. They also discussed regional and international developments and issues of common concern.




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President Barham Salih met Tuesday with US President Donald Trump.
"President Barham Saleh met with US President Donald Trump on the sidelines of UN meetings," the presidency said in a statement.




Saleh said during the meeting, "Iraq has achieved great victories on terrorism and we are in the process of reconstruction."


"Iraq is responsible for protecting its territory and sovereignty," the president added.


For his part, Trump told the president that "the elimination of ISIS is a great achievement."
"Our relations with Iraq are long and good," he said.

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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Trump at UN: ‘The future does not belong to globalists. The future belongs to patriots.’

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During comments made before the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday, President Donald Trump touted the strength of the United States, backed by renewed military spending, as well as energy production and economic reform.




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Trump credited U.S. success to placing its national interests before global interests.


“The future does not belong to globalists, it belongs to patriots,” Trump said.

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Trump said there is a divide between countries that try to rule over others and those that simply want to rule themselves, and he encouraged nations to embrace the national focuses of their own countries.
“If you want freedom, take pride in your country. If you want democracy, hold on to your sovereignty. If you want peace, love your nation,” He said.


In a 35 minutes speech, Trump addressed a series of foreign policy decisions that have become part of his administration’s focus, including renegotiating trade deals to make trade “fair and reciprocal” and to correct against nations that exploit international trade systems and behaviors.


Among those exploitative nations, Trump took aim at China for claiming to be a developing nation while enjoying the world’s second largest economy. He called on the World Trade Organization to take the appropriate steps to counteract China on a range of alleged economic abuses, such as instituting unfair market barriers, intellectual property theft and forced technology transfers.


Trump’s criticism of China then shifted to ongoing protests in Hong Kong where people have opposed a bill to allow criminal extradition back to the Chinese mainland. Trump called on Chinese President Xi Jinping to be a great leader and said the way China resolves its issue with Hong Kong will “say a great deal about its role in the world.”


Trump then shifted his focus to Iran. He said he withdrew from a nuclear agreement with Iran, because it did not provide effective limits on ballistic missile technology and overlooked nuclear sites Trump said would lead to Iran gaining nuclear weapons. He also criticized Iran for its sponsorship of terrorism and threats to other countries, such as chants of “death to America.” He also, notable blamed Iran for a recent attack on Saudi Arabia oil facilities, which Iran itself has denied.


He said Iran has significant untapped national potential that it could realize if it stopped threatening other countries and focused on internal development.


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Trump shared a similar message for North Korea, suggesting North Korean leader Kim Jung Un could realize his countries potential if he agreed to denuclearize.


Trump’s comments shifted for some minutes to the U.S. border, where he said unchecked immigration threatens to remove human capital and potential from “depleted countries” and overburden those countries that receive it.


Trump also criticized “open borders” activists for empowering criminal enterprises.


He warned would be illegal immigrants not to work with cartels or pay criminal smugglers to enter the U.S., or to otherwise risk their family’s safety as they will simply be sent away.


Trump went on to urge other countries to “honor the dignity” of their citizens by decriminalizing homsexuality and recognizing the rights of women and their value to a nation’s economic potential.


Trump touched on other topics, such as abuses by the government of Venezuela and a looming concern of socialism. He also described overgrown bureaucracies as a threat the Democratic institutions of nations.


Near the end of his speech, Trump’s comments shifted to criticism of international organizations attempting to dictate laws to individual nations, including the United Nations itself. He reaffirmed the U.S. decision never to ratify the UN Arms Treaty, which he said threatens to undermine the rights of U.S. citizens to keep and bear arms. He also renounced UN sponsored measures on abortion.


Trump ended his speech, reiterating calls to the leaders of other nations to pursue development at the domestic level before pursuing international governance.




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US and Iraqi presidents discuss ways to strengthen partnership between their countries


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WASHINGTON, Sept 24 (KUNA) - US President Donald Trump and Iraqi President Barham Saleh discussed on Tuesday how best to strengthen their countries' strong partnership on issues such as security, trade and .energy

 The White House said in a statement that during the meeting between the two presidents on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, Trump specifically highlighted "his strong support for the ongoing war ".against the so-called Islamic State (IS) and all terrorist groups Trump stressed the "need to protect Iraqi religious minorities and face Iran's actions and destabilizing ".influence ".

He also expressed US commitment to "Iraqi democracy and the rule of law The two presidents recognized the need for the Iraqi government to do everything in its power to maintain a" market favorable to US investors and energy companies seeking to do business in Iraq, which will increase .

Iraq's economic prosperity and energy independence," the statement said Speaking to reporters before their bilateral meeting, Trump said: "We are in good shape with Iraq and it has ".been a very long and complicated but friendly relationship 



 .We captured thousands of ISIS fighters and recovered the entire territory of the alleged caliphate," he said" 

The president said that since he came to the presidency, he has made clear achievements in Iraq, which was mired in anarchy. "We have all worked together and we have made a remarkable achievement, so we .appreciate that," he said For his part, the Iraqi president said "it is an opportunity to confirm our gratitude to the United States and the ".international coalition that came to help us overcome the tyranny (of ISIS) and terrorism .

Now the job is to rebuild Iraq and assert its sovereignty," Saleh said. (End) sh.r" 


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President @realDonaldTrump met with President @BarhamSalih of the Republic of Iraq to discuss ways to enhance an already robust partnership on issues such as security, trade, and energy, as well as President Trump’s strong support for a continued fight against ISIS.


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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Iraq Has an Interest in Restoring its Active Economic Relations with Bulgaria

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Iraq Has an Interest in Restoring its Active Economic Relations with Bulgaria

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The ambition of Bulgaria and Iraq is to start renewing the presence of Bulgarian companies on the Iraqi market in a number of industries in which we have been economic partners in the recent past.

 This was stated by President Rumen Radev after meeting with Iraqi President Barham Salih in New York. The two spoke during the 74th session of the UN General Assembly.

The good economic relations between Bulgaria and Iraq in the recent past are a good basis to resume the partnership between the two countries in the new conditions of democratic development, was the common position of the two presidents.

 Bulgaria had a strong presence in the fields of construction, hydrotechnics, oil and gas exploration and production, medicine and education. Iraq is open to partnerships in these areas and highly appreciates Bulgarian specialists and companies. "I hope that with the increase of security in the country, Bulgaria will have its presence in Iraq," Rumen Radev said.

During the meeting, Barham Salih stated Iraq's interest in Bulgaria’s attempt to move towards a transition to democracy. We will count on more Iraqi students to study at our universities, President Rumen Radev said.

During the meeting, the Head of State stated that Bulgaria will continue to support Iraq's efforts to stabilize and rebuild the country and is ready to assist in the process of its democratic reforms.

 Iraq needs support because re-destabilization of the country will affect Bulgaria’s region both in terms of security and in terms of a sharp increase in migrant and refugee flows, Rumen Radev told reporters.



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Minister of Planning: Iraq is working according to the vision of global development 2030 towards investing in vital projects according to the priorities of the citizen and his daily needs


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The Minister of Planning, Dr. Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi, that Iraq is working in accordance with the vision of global sustainable development 2030 towards investment in vital projects according to the priorities of the citizen and his daily needs of services.

This came during the participation of the Minister of Planning in the separate meetings held by the Iraqi delegation with the international community, on Monday 23-09-2019 in New York, headed by the President of the Republic, Dr. Barham Saleh, on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations in its 74th session, with the German Chancellor. Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Bulgarian President Roman Radev and Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili.

During these meetings, they discussed ways to enhance cooperation to achieve common interests, provide a suitable environment for investments to contribute to the implementation of sustainable service projects, provide more job opportunities for young people, and develop Iraqi expertise in the public and private sectors.


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Minister of Planning participates in the opening of the General Assembly of the United Nations




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Minister of Planning Dr. Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi participated in the opening of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly in New York, as part of the Iraqi delegation headed by President Barham Saleh.
It is hoped that Mr. President will deliver the speech of Iraq, on Wednesday, in the sessions of the Assembly, which is attended by most heads of state and leaders of the world.


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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty The opening of the General Assembly debate is once again opposed by advocates of renewed multilateralism and defenders of "patriotism"

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Does the future belong to "patriots, sovereign, independent nations who protect their citizens and respect their neighbors," as US President Donald Trump asserts? On the contrary, is it in the hands of those who advocate a "strong multilateralism", marked by cooperation between States and other international actors, as French President Emmanuel Macron has argued in calling for the "return of courage"? to build peace and assume responsibility? The opening of the high-level segment of the General Assembly again this year led to the confrontation of the two views.
 
By 30 September, the dignitaries of the 193 Member States - including 100 Heads of State, 3 Vice Presidents and 49 Heads of Government - as well as the Holy See, the State of Palestine and the European Union , will address the main plenary body of the United Nations. The topics discussed will be many, ranging from bilateral issues to global crises, at a time when the Secretary General, Mr. António Guterres, reported in his annual reporta double fear. The first would be that a "big divide" is created and two worlds are established, each depending on one of the two major world economies, at the expense of a multipolar world that is certainly part of a universal system. The second comes from the observation that, if people continue to believe in the ideals of the United Nations, the question arises whether they still believe in those who represent them. 


This Tuesday, 34 heads of state and three prime ministers spoke following the Secretary-General and the President of the Seventy-Fourth Session of the General Assembly, Mr. Tijjani Muhammad-Band of Nigeria.


While the Charter of the United Nations calls for placing above all human beings and their inherent and inalienable rights, many people today see that machines have taken their jobs; traffickers their dignity; demagogues, their rights; the warlords, their lives; and fossil fuels, their future, lamented Mr. Guterres. 


In fact, many things could lead to pessimism, said several speakers, such as the President of the Swiss Confederation, Mr. Ueli Maurer, who regretted that values ​​that have long served as benchmarks for humanity are put back into question, in the image of the growing violations of international humanitarian law. Speakers also highlighted the challenges facing the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. 


But it is on the climate, the biodiversity or the oceans that worries and the sense of urgency were most often expressed. Prince Albert II of Monaco has declared "overwhelming" the latest report on the oceans. Faced with these challenges, we must change, and right now, the leaders said. Thus, the Maldives "can not wait for the deadlines set by the Paris Agreement on the climate", because of the threat that the climatic changes put on their very existence.


The calls for cooperation were therefore numerous, first of all that of the President of the General Assembly, in the name of common interest, mutual respect and empathy. African States have also widely praised development cooperation or counter-terrorism, for example in the Sahel. 


Mr. Muhammad-Bande also emphasized the courage, a value convened by the French President throughout his speech. To meet the different challenges, Mr. Macron said that the world has "everything": knowledge, science, funding, an "unparalleled capacity for innovation", an "unprecedented awareness of contemporary ills", our youth, our public opinions and "a framework, that of states that recognize each other and are supposed to work together for the mutual good". For the French President, what is lacking is "the courage to try to do", in opposition to both "the habit of cynicism and the comfort of inaction" and the "rhetoric of denunciation", useful but outdated. He also saw in this attitude a "work of reconciliation". 


For France, the current crises can not be solved by the "nationalist withdrawal". In response to the American President, for whom the main opposition lies between "those who think they are destined to rule others, and people and peoples who only aspire to govern themselves," Mr. Macron said he believed sovereignty "as an autonomy for oneself and the need to cooperate". We patriots, added the President of Portugal, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, we know that more United Nations and no less United Nations.
But cooperation can not take any form. President Jair Messias Bolsonaro of Brazil denounced the "colonialist" spirit of those who would question Brazil's sovereignty over the Amazon, "which we can not say belongs to the heritage of humanity". His counterpart Abdel Fattah Al Sisi of Egypt insisted on the respect of the national control of national problems as "absolute imperative" to ensure the effectiveness of the multilateral system and Senegal's President Macky Sall warned that Africa has not "No need of guardianship; Africa needs partnerships ".


It is also confidence in relations and international institutions, eroded in recent years that should be restored, said the President of Finland, Mr. Sauli Niinistö. While he supported the UN reform to this end, other dignitaries called for deeper reforms in the image of the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who called for a reform of the Security Council by launching: "The world is larger than five countries. " 
A good example of trust, however, was provided by the President of the Republic of Korea, Mr. Moon Jae-in, who detailed the improvement of relations between his country and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.


The General Assembly will continue its general debate tomorrow, Wednesday, 25 September, from 9 am


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The United Nations Charter sends us a clear message: put the human being above all, recalled the UN Secretary-General, Mr. ANTÓNIO GUTERRES. People, he said, have rights that are not favors to give or take away. These rights are inherent to every human. I have seen, said the Secretary-General, all over the world, people threatened by the rising waters, young refugees hoping to go back to school and to their homes, Ebola survivors doing everything to rebuild their lives, women claiming equality and opportunities. Many people, he reminded, today fear being scorned, doomed, abandoned, left out. The machines took their jobs, the traffickers, their dignity, the demagogues, their rights, the warlords, their lives, and the fossil fuels, their future. 


Yet, said the Secretary-General, these people still believe in the spirit and ideas that bring us all here. They have faith in the United Nations but do they believe in us? Despite political progress, the Secretary-General explained, conflicts continue, terrorism is spreading and the risks of a new arms race are increasing. External interference, often in violation of Security Council resolutions, makes peace processes even more difficult. The Secretary-General pointed at Yemen, Libya, Afghanistan, but also Israel and Palestine, Venezuela, South Asia and the Gulf region. In a context where the slightest miscalculation can lead to a major confrontation, we must do everything to make reason and restraint prevail.


Since day one, the Secretary-General said, I have focused on crisis prevention, mediation and diplomacy for peace. Mr. Guterres spoke about the 100,000 or so peacekeepers deployed around the world, the Peacekeeping Action initiative, the commendable work of humanitarian workers. He pointed out that this year alone, at least 80 of these people have lost their lives. He also spoke of efforts to strengthen the anti-terrorism architecture and the new disarmament agenda he has promoted.


Mr. Guterres said he feared the "big divide": a world cut in two, with the two largest economies creating separate and competing worlds, each with its own currency, its own commercial and financial rules, its own Internet, its own artificial intelligence system and its own zero-sum geopolitical and military strategies. We must, he urged, do everything to prevent this and maintain a universal system, a universal economy with universal respect for international law, a multipolar world with strong multilateral institutions.


The Secretary-General emphasized the right of people to safety, adding that any measure to promote respect for human rights contributes to sustainable development and peace. In the 21st century, we must see these rights as a vision that speaks to every human being and includes all rights: economic, social, cultural, political and civil. Human rights are universal and indivisible. We can not choose and privilege some to the detriment of others. These rights are everywhere in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and they are our best tools for preventing conflict. Yet, lamented the Secretary-General, inequalities are exploding. The Sustainable Development Summit being held today and the dialogue, scheduled for Thursday,


As we said yesterday at the Climate Action Summit, the Secretary-General reminded us, the climate emergency is a race that we are losing but it is a race that we can win if we change our way of doing things now and even to speak. We are no longer talking about climate change but about the climate crisis and we are no longer talking about global warming but about a planet overheating. Let us build on yesterday's Summit momentum, encouraged the Secretary-General.


The Secretary-General then pleaded for the fulfillment of the promise of shared responsibility for the Global Compact on Refugees and for building on the momentum of the first Global Compact on Migration. He also reflected on the two initiatives he has launched: a United Nations system-wide strategy to combat hate speech and an action plan to support the protection of religious sites and the defense of human rights. freedom of worship. The Secretary-General also recalled the launch of the first United Nations Strategy for the Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities, and welcomed his work on gender equality. Today, he said, we have reached parity in my Governing Board and among resident coordinators,


The Secretary-General promised to continue these efforts, warning that at the current pace, it will take two centuries to bridge the gap of economic empowerment. We can not, he rebelled, accept a world that tells our granddaughters that equality will await the granddaughters of their granddaughters. By continuing this vital work and others, I have launched, the Secretary-General said, ambitious reforms to make the United Nations more effective. I count on you to put our Organization on a sound financial footing. 


In a world more divided than ever, he concluded, we need a strong Organization. Next year, we will celebrate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the United Nations, a critical moment to renew our common project. The problems are real, but so are the hopes, and in striving to serve the peoples of the world, we can also draw inspiration from them. We are here, hammered the Secretary-General, to serve. We are here to promote the common interest while respecting our humanity and our common values. This is the vision of the founders of the United Nations and in these times of division, we must invoke this spirit. Restore trust and hope and move forward together, encouraged the Secretary-General.


Mr. TIJJANI MUHAMMAD-BANDE (Nigeria), President of the Seventy-fourth Session of the General Assembly , said that we have been at the crossroads of human development for a long time, and if we want mankind to fully exploit its capabilities, we We must unite our efforts to find solutions to the problems of violent conflict, terrorism, natural disasters and drug trafficking, human trafficking, and the illiteracy and other conditions afflicting millions of people around the world. 


Our most recent achievement has been the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in 2015, and the implementation of its objectives must be our priority and their achievement requires cooperation in funding and sharing of experiences. The promotion of peace and security, continued the President, is at the heart of the work of the United Nations. We must continue to strengthen the Organization, ensuring that the peace and security architecture is adapted to the twenty-first century, in particular by making prevention a priority. Conflict factors such as poverty, inequality, human rights violations, lack of education and employment opportunities need to be addressed and by sharing ideas and building functional partnerships we we can stop it. 


The eradication of poverty remains a major challenge at the global level. The President urged countries to work on social protection systems and to devote a larger share of public spending to marginalized and excluded groups. We must cooperate on the development of entrepreneurial capacities and the modernization of agriculture. We must also deploy the knowledge and technology available to not condemn our children in an irreparable world, because of climate change, said Mr. Muhammad-Band, calling for compliance with the commitments of the Paris Agreement in 2015 and looking for new ways to bridge the huge financial and technical gaps needed for significant impact. 


The President also emphasized access to quality primary and secondary education and integration including that of young people, women and people with disabilities.


Given these challenges, let's keep ourselves, the President pleaded, from falling back into the bitter rivalries of the past. Give priority to cooperation, common interest and mutual respect. He emphasized South-South and triangular cooperation, but also courage, consistency and empathy. The électroniques have been summoned by the President, Mahataight GhandiISION, Greta Th avantagesberg, Nelson Mandmet ,iences of Malala Yousafizai 7.5, Martin Lutiences King Jr. or Nigerian Imam AbubISION Abullah, to illustrate the courage and the generosity. 


Mr. JAIR MESSIAS BOLSONARO, President of Brazil , first "thanked God for being alive," before indicating that he represents a new Brazil that is reborn from socialism and rebuilds on the basis of the aspirations of the people . Socialism has plunged my country into widespread corruption, a severe recession and criminalization that has undermined the very foundations of the family, he said.


The President denounced an agreement reached in 2013 with Cuba to bring "unskilled" doctors, most of whom left the country when he came to power. These agents of the Cuban regime continue to control today Venezuelan society: they are 60,000 to control the life and economy of Venezuela, a once prosperous country that today lives the cruel realities of socialism. We are working with other countries like the United States to restore democracy, the President said.


There can be no political freedoms, he continued, without economic freedoms and vice versa. Free trade, concessions and privatizations are today realities in Brazil whose economy is recovering and freeing itself from the shackles of the past. The state apparatus was plagued by corruption, but today we are opening our economy and integrating into global supply chains. In eight months, the President has prided himself, we have concluded two trade agreements, one with the Southern Common Market (Mercosur) and the other with the European Union.


We are also ready, he said, to start the process of joining the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). We are, he said, well on the way and have adopted best practices in all areas, including the environment.


With regard to the Amazon, the President said that his government is firmly committed to the preservation of the forest. Brazil is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of biodiversity and mineral resources. Our forest is larger than Western Europe and remains almost intact because we are one of the countries that best protect the environment.


This year, he said, we had to deal with winds that caused fires but also arson. The local people also use fires for their survival and despite this, the President was surprised, we suffered the attacks of the international media, attacks, he warned, which have aroused even more patriotism at home.


We can not say, he warned, that the Amazon is a World Heritage site, accusing some countries of simply relaying the lies of the media and making disrespectful statements, in a "colonialist" spirit that cause the sovereignty of Brazil. Thanks to the countries that refused to support the "absurd" proposal made at the G7 summit in France. Thank you, "continued the President, to Donald Trump, who reaffirmed the importance of respecting everyone's freedom. Today, he said, 14% of Brazil's land is dedicated to agriculture and indigenous peoples. I say it clearly, Brazil will not increase this share.
The President pleaded the divergence of views among indigenous leaders and accused Chief Rahoni and others of being manipulated by foreign governments and NGOs in a war that aims to serve special interests in the Amazon. Alas! "Some" insist that indigenous peoples be treated like cavemen. Those who attack us today are only interested in the mineral wealth and biodiversity that abound in these areas.


A new indigenous policy must be implemented in Brazil, said the President. If the right decisions are made, it will be possible to envision a new model, a new era for those populations living in extreme poverty, depriving them of dignity and development. "Radical ecology" contradicts the aspirations of indigenous peoples and marginalizes them, the President has ruled.


The United Nations has played a key role in the fight against colonization, and it can not be accepted that this "colonialist" spirit is reviving today in its corridors. France and Germany, the president argued, devote more than half of their territory to agriculture, while Brazil spends only 8%, not to mention that 61% of our territory is preserved and that we practice zero tolerance against all forms of crimes including environmental crimes.


Any initiative to contribute to the preservation of the Amazon or other ecosystem must be organized, in full respect of the sovereignty of Brazil, warned the President, who rejected the instrumentalisation of the protection of the environment and peoples indigenous peoples for the benefit of foreign economic interests.


The socialist presidents who preceded me, he said, have diverted hundreds of millions of dollars. They have been tried and convicted for transferring huge sums to other countries to promote regional projects. But their sources have dried up and these leaders will no longer come here every year to speak on issues that do not contribute to Brazil's interests or global stability. 


Things are changing: steps have been taken to reduce crime and already the number of killings has dropped by 20% in six months. Today Brazil is safer, more welcoming. Visa exemptions have been granted to several countries including Canada and the United States, and it is planned to do the same for China and India, which will be able to "admire the beauties of Brazil and the Amazon" . Feel free to come to my country, the President said, promising that Brazil is very different from what the media say.


This year, he added, Brazil has been striving to renew relations with key partners, including Chile, with the establishment of the PROSUR initiative for progress and development in South America. Brazil is open and seeks to build partnerships with all those who wish, in the Middle East or Africa. Brazil, boasted the President, gets up and regains its political and economic confidence. He is ready to assume his responsibilities in the international system. 


However, he regretted that in recent years, ideology has permeated education, culture and the media to dominate universities and schools, invading homes and striving to dismantle the family. This ideology even seeks to corrupt the basic identity of children, their biological identity. It invades the human soul and seeks to distance it from God and the dignity he embodies. We are not here to erase the principle of sovereignty in the name of an "abstract" world interest. This Organization is that of the "united nations" and it must remain so.







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Mr. DONALD TRUMP, President of the United States , has long defended the sovereignty of States against the "globalists" and all the forces that intend to exercise "control" over the sovereignty of peoples. For Mr. Trump, the main division in the world is the one that opposes those who aspire to control, who believe they are destined to govern others, and people and peoples who aspire only to govern themselves. He has thus presented himself as the "elected leader of a nation that aspires to freedom and self-government". 


Recalling that, thanks to the resources he has given him, the US Armed Forces are "by far the most powerful in the world," Trump said he hoped his country would never have to use that power. But the United States fiercely defends the traditions and customs that have made us "what we are," said the President, insisting that every country has "a history that is dear to it, a culture, a heritage to defend and honor. "Be proud of your country. If you want peace, love your nation, "he said, making this theme a recurring part of his speech.


For Mr. Trump, these foundations must be respected and we must not seek to replace them. In his eyes, "the future does not belong to the globalists, it belongs to patriots, sovereign nations, independent and who protect their citizens and respect their neighbors".


Mr. Trump defended the "exciting program of national renewal" put in place by his administration. He mentioned, among other things, an economic policy conducive to growth and lower taxes, which has led to job creation "at a historic pace" and the lowest unemployment rate in 50 years. He reported rising wages and incomes and said 2.5 million Americans have been able to move out of poverty for the past three years.


Mr. Trump then explained that the United States is conducting an "ambitious campaign" to reform international trade, which he believes has been used for decades by nations that have shown bad faith. The United States has taken decisive action to achieve "balanced, equitable and reciprocal" trade, said Trump. If he mentioned Mexico, Canada and the United Kingdom, with which the United States is ready to make an "extraordinary, extraordinary" trade deal after leaving the European Union, Mr. Trump has mainly focused on before the "big difference in our relations with China" that he has imposed since he became president.


 He openly accused China of "dumping" and "theft of intellectual property," denouncing the mistakes of his predecessors who had ignored such actions, or even encouraged them in a globalism that made them forget the national interests of the United States. That era is over, "said Trump, who praised the billions of dollars in taxes his administration imposed and the benefits of this policy for the American people.


 I will never stop defending the interests of the United States, "said Trump, who said he wanted a" fair "trade deal with China. who has welcomed the billions of dollars in customs taxes imposed by his administration and the benefits of this policy for the American people. I will never stop defending the interests of the United States, "said Trump, who said he wanted a" fair "trade deal with China. who has welcomed the billions of dollars in customs taxes imposed by his administration and the benefits of this policy for the American people. I will never stop defending the interests of the United States, "said Trump, who said he wanted a" fair "trade deal with China.


Trump also said he expects China to respect the Hong Kong deal with the United Kingdom. In this regard, the United States relies on President Xi, "a great leader". Mr. Trump then turned to the "Iranian oppressive regime", "the first sponsor of terrorism", which he denounced including anti-Semitism and hatred of Israel and he accused of sowing "death and destruction" . The United States will never accept Iran's access to nuclear weapons, the president said, once again justifying his country's withdrawal from the "very bad" joint Global Action Plan. After the recent attacks on Iran, Trump said he had taken the "toughest" sanctions ever imposed on the Iranian Central Bank.


At the same time, Mr. Trump said he did not believe in the "myth of the permanent enemy". For him, Iranian citizens "deserve a government that seeks to eradicate poverty and does not steal their money" to fund massacres abroad. He called on the Iranian leaders to "stop threatening other countries and finally give priority to the people of Iran. " 


Triggering a war is easy, but "only the bravest are choosing peace," said Trump, who justified his "daring diplomacy" on the Korean peninsula, stressing Korea's "huge potential" for North, which "must however denuclearize".


Similarly, America does not want "endless wars," Trump said. That's why the United States "aspires to a bright future in Afghanistan." While denouncing the "barbaric attacks" of the Taliban, the President said he would not give up peace and stability in the region.


Mr. Trump then denounced the massive irregular immigration that is tearing societies apart. It is unsustainable and does not guarantee the safety of the countries of origin, which are "emptying at a frantic pace", nor the countries of destination, "overwhelmed" by migrants they can no longer accept. Affirming that one-third of women crossing the border are victims of sexual assault along the way, Trump spoke to activists defending the opening of borders saying, "your policies are not fair, they are cruel and evil and give power to criminal organizations. You undermine human dignity and human rights. 


To migrants,
Defending the "absolute right of every state to protect its borders", Trump also thanked Mexico for strengthening the control of his own, thus showing the United States "a great respect" that it deserves. - even in return. Mr Trump on the contrary called on the candidates for migration to work for their country, before denouncing the regimes of Cuba, Nicaragua and especially Venezuela. Regarding the latter, he recalled the large-scale humanitarian assistance "ready to be delivered when freedom has prevailed". One of the biggest threats is the specter of socialism, which is destroying nations and societies, Trump said. For him, socialism has nothing to do with justice, equality, the eradication of poverty and the interest of the nation. His only goal, according to Mr. Trump, is to "give power to the ruling class". America will never be a socialist country, he said, justifying his desire to control some foreign technologies. 


We must always be wary of those who call for control, said the President, who said he wants to defend freedom of expression in the face of "social networks, which can not be allowed to gag the free people." He then denounced the United Nations "abortion support" campaigns, saying that any unborn or unborn child is a gift from God. In the name of the right to self-defense, he said that the United States would never ratify the Arms Trade Treaty, which, in his view, threatens the constitutional rights of American citizens whose founding fathers have endowed the country.


Repeating again his support for "patriots" in the face of all those who want to impose "control", Mr. Trump defended the love of the nation and concluded by calling world leaders to cherish their culture, honor their history and the dignity of their people, to preserve their citizens, which will pave the way for stronger partnerships and help repel the enemies of freedom. "The road to a better future for humanity begins at home," he concluded.


Mr ABDEL FATTAH AL SISI ( Egypt ) said that respect for national ownership of national problems was an "absolute" imperative for the effectiveness of the multilateral system. Currently assuming the presidency of the African Union (AU), Egypt has been keen, he said, to consolidate this essential principle: that of "African solutions to African problems" in order to formulate a comprehensive approach the foundations of a continental vision based on our common history. To this end, a new mechanism has been launched in Cairo, which will focus on post-conflict reconstruction, called "The AU Center for Reconstruction and Development".


The principle of national control has been successfully applied in several situations, particularly in Central Africa or in Sudan, to manage the transition phase that is coming. African countries are fully aware of the importance of forging effective partnerships with national and international organizations to address the challenges they face and to mobilize the resources needed to achieve the goals of the AU Agenda for Action. development. That is why I call on continental and international institutions to assume their part in financing development in Africa: this continent offers the world economy many opportunities for growth.


In this regard, Egypt has just launched the "Aswan Forum for Peace and Sustainable Development", whose first meeting will be held in December. It will create dialogue between regional and international actors - policy makers, financial institutions, civil society and the private sector.


But the settlement of protracted conflicts remains the sine qua nonany serious effort to strengthen multilateralism. The most glaring example is the situation in the Middle East and the Palestinian cause, the President ruled. Without a just solution based on the creation of an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital, the suffering of the Palestinian people will continue as well as the depletion of the resources of the people of the Middle East. But I want to repeat it here, the Arabs are open to achieving a just and comprehensive peace, he said. The Arab Peace Initiative is still on the table, but it will require bold decisions to restore Palestinians' rights and pave the way for real change in the region. It concerns the whole world.


It is imperative to tackle the deep roots of international crises in order to succeed. This also concerns, said the President, Libya whose people are suffering from a prolonged armed conflict that must stop. It is time to tackle this crisis as a whole, which can only be done by implementing the United Nations peace plan adopted by the Security Council in October 2017, by addressing the serious inequalities of power and wealth and the blatant lack of democratic control over political and financial institutions. It is necessary to avoid that the militias sow the chaos and to block the interference of the external actors.
In the same way, the crisis in Syria remains an emergency, continued the President. We can not afford to waste time with what Syria has been going through for eight years. Egypt, he said, calls on the newly established Constitutional Committee to get to work without delay, to move towards a comprehensive political settlement, in accordance with Security Council resolution 2254.


The same logic should govern the settlement of the situation in Yemen, through the implementation of a political solution based on well-known parameters. These unprecedented threats to the Gulf region and its navigation must be addressed. The President dwelt on the attacks on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia. Egypt, he said, has consistently defended a comprehensive approach to combating terrorism.


 In the light of its experience, it stands ready to intensify its cooperation with friendly countries and the United Nations and underlines the importance of implementing resolution 2354, adopted on the basis of an Egyptian initiative to defend the values tolerance and ensure a renewal of religious discourse.


The Chair concluded that the stalemate in the negotiations on the renaissance dam and its possible consequences for the region and Egypt in particular are at stake. Egypt aspires to an agreement respecting the common interests of its people, but also of those of Blue Nile, Ethiopia and Sudan. While Egypt recognizes the importance of the dam for Ethiopia's development, for its own sake the waters of the Nile are a matter of survival, placing a heavy burden on the international community, which must play a constructive role. and lead all parties to an agreement satisfactory to all.


Mr RECEP TAYYIP ERDOĞAN, President of Turkey, said that neither rights nor responsibilities are adequately distributed today, which causes crises, power struggles and unrest. The United Nations was created with the goal of eradicating injustices but the international community is gradually losing its ability to find lasting solutions to terrorism, hunger, poverty and climate change, he said. 


lamented. Deeming it unacceptable that a small "lucky" minority could debate digital technology, robots, artificial intelligence or obesity while the rest of the world suffers from poverty, hunger and illiteracy, Mr. Erdoğan recalled that he has been saying for years in the rostrum of the General Assembly that the fate of humanity can not be left in the hands of a few.


While air pollution and climate change threaten our existence, the capacity and effectiveness of the United Nations must be strengthened, said the President, who called on the Organization for fundamental reforms in favor of justice and justice. equity, particularly in the Security Council. Affirming his country's willingness to work for a more just United Nations, including a reformed Security Council, Erdoğan announced his country's desire to chair the United Nations General Assembly at its sixty-first session. fifteenth session.


Mr. Erdoğan then spoke about the situation in Syria, which in his eyes has become a symbol of injustice that strikes the conscience of humanity. The Syrian crisis must stop once and for all, he said, considering that Turkey is the country hardest hit by the activities of Daesh but also the one that inflicted on the terrorist organization the first and the most violent shots in Syria.


The President also said that Turkey is the most generous country in terms of humanitarian aid in relation to its GDP, recalling that the number of asylum seekers in his country, five million, is higher than the population of 29. States of the United States. Noting the $ 40 billion spent by his country for asylum seekers in eight years and half a million Syrian children born in Turkey during the same period, the President recalled that Turkey offers not only housing, but also social services, particularly in education and health.


Unfortunately, Erdoğan added, presenting to the Assembly the picture of Aylan, who died on a Turkish beach and whose picture had moved the world, the world has forgotten too quickly millions of victims, those whose quest for security ended in the waters of the Mediterranean or against security barriers. Claiming that Turkey alone has saved 32,000 irregular migrants from drowning since the beginning of this year, he said his country was left alone in its solidarity efforts.
 
For the Turkish President, in order to resolve the humanitarian crisis in Syria, three problems must be addressed. The first concerns the establishment of an effective Constitutional Committee, as a permanent political solution will allow Syria to recover its territorial integrity. The second is to avoid a massacre at Edleb. 


In this regard, Erdoğan said that, despite setbacks, the Sochi Agreement remains valid and called for support for his country's efforts. Finally, for Erdoğan, we must eliminate the "PKK-YPG terrorist structures" east of the Euphrates, which "occupy a quarter of Syria and try to find legitimacy under the name of Syrian Democratic Forces" . In his eyes, there will be no permanent solution for Syria if we do not treat "all terrorist organizations in the same way".


Mr Erdoğan then addressed other crises in the Mediterranean basin. Accusing the Greek Cypriots to prevent any solution to the Cyprus crisis for more than 50 years, he believed that the energy resources of the region could offer opportunities for cooperation but reaffirmed his country's desire to "protect to the end the legitimate rights and interests of Turkey and Turkish Cypriots ".


After briefly quoting the crises in Libya, but also in Yemen and Qatar because of their humanitarian and economic consequences, Erdoğan recalled that the only solution to the Palestinian crisis is the immediate creation of a Palestinian state. with contiguous territory based on the 1967 borders and with East Jerusalem as its capital. Presenting maps, he wondered where Israel's borders are today and whether the "Century Deal" -the US plan for the region, whose political aspect has yet to be unveiled-is aimed at "Completely eliminate the presence of the State and people of Palestine". He also reiterated the importance of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) continuing to work effectively.


Finally, Erdoğan pleaded for Azeri territories in Nagorno-Karabakh, Kashmiri people and Rohingya Muslims. Denouncing xenophobia, racism and Islamophobia, Erdoğan called on all statesmen and women to hold public discourse on tolerance and take concrete action. He also requested that the March 15, date of the attack on the mosque of Christchurch in New Zealand, is proclaimed by the United Nations "International Day of Solidarity against Islamophobia".


Mr MUHAMMADU BUHARI ( Nigeria ) recalled that this year marks the first anniversary of the International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace and the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of the League of Nations (SDN), which laid the foundations for bases of this Organization.


 Multilateralism has saved lives, preserving peace and stability and generating socio-economic progress in many countries. But we must admit that as the world gets richer, the world economy and the political order are deteriorating. Millions of Africans thus remain in abject poverty.


Racism, xenophobia, nationalism and populism are resurgent, not to mention tendencies towards protectionism and unilateralism. The principles of the United Nations are compromised. The example of the Marshall Plan, an important catalyst for revitalizing Europe and Japan which had also benefited the USA, can be replicated in Africa today, a developed Africa, predicted the President, will not contradict the industrialized countries. A prosperous Africa means more prosperity for the rest of the world, while a poorer Africa is a burden.


The President therefore called for a concerted and multilateral partnership to optimize the resources of the continent. "We have the skills but in many cases we do not have the capacity," he said, calling on countries that can to develop partnerships with the continent. But we must also guarantee the inclusion of all members of the international community. In Nigeria, a country of 200 million people, diversity is a strength and the focus is on the role of women in national programs. Progress is measured even though we know that there is no quick fix to complex challenges.


After the Christchurch massacre in New Zealand, the President concluded, the mainstream media must shoulder their responsibilities and prevent the spread of hatred that may destabilize whole societies, especially as criminal networks also benefit from these communications without borders.


After the presidential election organized a year ago, welcomed Mr. IBRAHIM MOHAMED SOLIH, President of the Maldives , my country is back on the path of democracy, determined to involve citizens in the decision-making process. "We intend to be a good international partner," said the President. Concerned about terrorism and violent extremism, he recalled last year's attacks in Sri Lanka, the nearest neighbor of the Maldives, and called for concerted action to counter this threat.


For the Maldivians, the climate emergency represents "the fight of a lifetime", because it is our existence as a nation that is threatened, Mr. Solih impatient. "We've been saying it for over 30 years. " 
Although they are not responsible for the problem, the Maldives can not and will not wait for the deadlines set by the Paris Climate Agreement, warned the President. It is committed to increasing nationally determined contributions to climate change and to working with small island developing States and the Alliance of Small Island States. Yesterday at the Climate Summit organized by the Secretary-General, the Maldives presented a plan entitled "Climate Smart Resilient Islands" which advocates for natural solutions and promotes innovation and new technologies. The country will phase out single-use plastics by 2023, the President announced. 


The Maldives are 99% ocean: the Indian Ocean is "our home", insisted Mr. Solih. You can not protect the oceans without resolving climate change and vice versa, he assured. That's why the country is preparing to join the Blue Prosperity Coalition this week to protect ocean resources for sustainable livelihoods and for future generations. Finally, regretting that the Indian Ocean remains "one of the least integrated regions in the world", particularly in South Asia, the Maldivian President is committed to promoting regional integration through increased cooperation with his neighbors, and this, for peace and prosperity.


For Cheikh TAMIM BEN HAMAD AL-THANI, Emir of Qatar, the strategic importance of the Gulf region makes its stability a regional and international imperative. Recalling Qatar's position of protecting the region by peaceful means such as dialogue based on common interests and respect for the sovereignty of States, the Amir believed that stimulating tension and dictating will by resorting to blockade and sanctions do not serve the interests of any of these States. He therefore stressed the need to work for the establishment of a regional security system. In this regard, he recalled that the blockade "unfair, illegal and unjustified" imposed on his country continues, the Gulf Cooperation Council being the second victim since it is paralyzed and lost its role. Although "victim" of this situation, Qatar wants a way out of the crisis through dialogue and based on mutual respect and the lifting of this "unjust" blockade. The Amir reiterated his deep gratitude for the "sincere efforts" of the Amir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, and for the initiatives of the brother and friend countries.


Addressing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, he said that lasting peace is one based on justice. This means respect for the rights of the Palestinian people whose homeland has been usurped. Qatar therefore calls for a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders and with East Al-Quds as the capital and the end of the occupation of all occupied territories, including the Syrian Golan and the Lebanese territories.


The tragedy of the Syrian people and the persistence of their suffering for the eighth year have become a "scandal and a shame for humanity", indignantly the Emir, for which the fact that a political solution has always not seen the day is due to the failure of the Security Council to protect civilians and to adopt the necessary resolution to stop the bloodshed and intransigence of the Syrian regime which rejects all regional and international initiatives .


 "Everyone who listens to me now knows that when we refer to the Security Council, we hear the great powers," said the Amir. The time has come for the Syrians, he said, to regain security, decent living conditions and justice. This passes, said the Emir, by a political solution that meets the aspirations of the Syrian people in all its diversity. Meanwhile, Qatar will continue to fulfill its humanitarian obligation to the Syrian people.


With regard to Yemen, the Sheikh recalled Qatar's commitment to its unity, integrity and territorial sovereignty, as well as the need to complete the political process in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions. , and in particular resolution 2216. In Libya, the latest developments suggest, he said, risks to the unity and stability of the country.


 The latest military operations against Tripoli have prevented the convening of the national conference, which in itself is "a further failure of the collective security system in the Middle East". Added to this is the "double standards" policy and selectivity since some countries support military militias that oppose the legitimate Government. For the Sheikh, the failure of the peace process in Libya is explained by the fact that "some countries do what they do not say, and say what they do not do". They support seemingly international efforts and undermine them from behind, with the support of warlords and terrorist militias, and all this to serve narrow interests.


The Emir then reviewed Qatar's efforts to build consensus around "rational and equitable solutions to the crises in the region", including negotiations between the United States and the Taliban. He also pointed out that if some regimes in the region had opted for reforms, they could have avoided huge losses and countless casualties. In this context, he welcomed the measures taken and the agreements reached between the Sudanese parties, and, in the process, asked the United States to remove Sudan from the list of States sponsoring terrorism. 


Terrorism and violent extremism require a comprehensive approach that takes into account their political, economic and social roots. He called for not falling into the trap of associating terrorism with a given religion and called for state crimes against civilians to be treated as state terrorism. The Amir recalled the partnership agreement with the Counter-Terrorism Bureau and the $ 75 million allocation to strengthen its capacity.


Before concluding, the Amir renewed a proposal he made last year to hold an international conference on ways to regulate the use of new communication technologies in the context of international law. He reaffirmed Qatar's willingness to organize this conference under the auspices of the United Nations and to make every effort with international partners to make it a success.
 
Mr Ueli Maurer, President of the Swiss Confederation , deplored the fact that values ​​which had been used for a long time as reference points for humanity were put into question: what can be done if nothing lasts? he wondered. Can we still trust politics, the economy and international organizations? It will be necessary here, within the framework of the General Assembly, to begin to find answers, he judged.


The United Nations Charter is a compass in affirming the equality of nations and relations between states should be governed by these shared values, the President said. However, he acknowledged, we are several small countries to see that the principle of equality is too often violated and this worrying trend that often the strength of the big premiums over the right of the small. I did not come here to complain, he said, but to recall that this reality concerns us all when it comes to the proper functioning of the international community. Small states have only the right for them, which the international community must protect for its own good.


While the Geneva Conventions will celebrate their 70th anniversary this year, humanitarian engagement is at the heart of Swiss foreign policy, he said. But the list of violations of humanitarian law is too long every year and it is up to all to make these values ​​a reality. Acting against hunger, providing water, energy, and training for all, combating climate change and reducing armed conflict are some of the challenges we face. Phases of hope follow those of despair.


In the past, efforts have been rewarded when we have been able to take advantage of technological advances for the common good, continued the President, believing that investing in research and training means creating the conditions for world that offers more opportunities to all. If we want to have enough resources for everyone in the future, to fight against climate change, professions of faith will not be enough, warned the President. We will need technical innovation.


The sharing of knowledge without frontiers, the technical progress must be encouraged, not fought. The development of digital technologies can quickly bring significant benefits and achieve the goals of sustainable development. Switzerland is committed to ensuring that its financial sector is exemplary. With a clever use of new technologies, she can develop innovative products. Let's have the courage to open ourselves up to the novelty and say yes to the promises of tomorrow, encouraged the President.


But, he admitted, new technologies can also promote crime. The protection of private spheres is also a fundamental right and it is up to the political sphere to guarantee the protection of data. Switzerland has launched an initiative to defend digital values ​​and security and wants the new digital society to set common rules, to be framed by clear rules in line with common values.


Finally, Switzerland wants a strong UN because it is the only platform for exchanges that can help meet the challenges. But the institution must be reformed "on the points we know," insisted the President. The United Nations lives on the trust that is accorded to it, a trust that is our "capital". Commending the merits of Geneva, platform of choice, being for decades the capital of the humanitarian as evidenced by the presence of the Red Cross and Red Crescent and more than 400 NGOs, the President asked the respect of the equal rights of all, individuals and states, because the law must prevail over force.


Mrs KOLINDA GRABAR-KITAROVIĆ, President of Croatia , denounced the use of fear as a political strategy: "fear inhibits us, prevents us from going in the right direction, hinders our potential". By giving leadership by example, the President called for creativity to address the ills of the century: climate change, sustainable development, migration, terrorism, weapons of mass destruction and new technologies. "How to avoid adverse scenarios and reap the benefits? How to mobilize states and pool our resources to respond appropriately to threats? Ms. Grabar-Kitarović said that the solution lies in multilateralism, and in the current reforms in the Organization, which Croatia supports in every respect. 


Reiterating her commitment to the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, the President saw the Sustainable Development Goals as "a matrix for a common future" and "an obligation for our citizens and the international community" . Calling for reinvigorated the 2030 Agenda, the President said her country is committed to becoming a leader in sustainable development. Its focus is to become a "green" republic, strengthening its territorial cohesion, including the sustainable development of more than a thousand of its Adriatic islands. 


The President devoted the second part of her speech to the pollution of the seas by plastic, "one of the most serious threats to humanity", a plague that hits the Croatian coast, threatening its fauna and flora and unbalancing its delicate ecosystem . The Croatian coast, "among the cleanest and most beautiful in the world", is sometimes damaged by poor waste management by our neighbors to the south, said Grabar-Kitarović.  


Pointing the damage of plastic pollution to the food chain in general and to man in particular - five grams per week could be ingested on average by each earthquake - the President praised the efforts of the Oceanographic Institute of Split, which works on the conservation and monitoring of the coast of the country. A program to collect plastic waste in the seabed, set up in collaboration with fishermen, has already collected 50 tons of waste, welcomed the President. She also cited the example of the island of Zlarin which, with its 300 inhabitants and the impetus of young ecologists, became the first Adriatic island without plastic disposable, and without plastic waste of any kind in less than a year. Since, locals and shopkeepers educate tourists. "We have no excuse for not achieving Zlarin's goal globally," concluded the President.


We note with concern the collapse of the multilateral system, because of the unilateral measures taken by some States, which have deliberately ignored "the compromise, good faith and international structures" in force, deplored Mr. Evo Morales Ayma, President of Bolivia . To counteract the current trend, Morales Ayma called on Member States to develop common responses to threats to humanity as a whole, including climate change.


If we persist in the current path, the temperature of the planet may increase by 3 degrees Celsius by the year 2100, warned Morales Ayma. In the absence of solutions, the effects of climate change will condemn millions of people to hunger, poverty, lack of access to clean water and displacement.


 As proof, he continued, the forest fires that ravaged the Amazon, Oceania and Africa in recent weeks. Bolivia has also been affected by these disasters, said Morales Ayma, adding that his government has already allocated $ 15 million to fight fires. In view of these high costs, the assistance provided by the international community has proved invaluable, he said.


Like climate change, the international financial system sparked the ire of the Bolivian President, who denounced its "undemocratic, unjust and unstable" nature. By giving pride of place to tax havens and banking secrecy, this system only serves to subjugate the weakest countries by forcing them to accept financial conditions designed to prolong their dependence. Morales Ayma has therefore found unacceptable that 1.3 billion people in the world live in poverty, while, for their part, 1% of the richest share 82% of the wealth of the planet. 


The Bolivian President advocated common solutions to address the challenge of poverty, including through technology sharing. But at present, he insurgent, "the world is controlled by a global oligarchy", under which "only a handful of multimillionaires" decides the political and economic destiny of humanity. According to him, the root of the problem lies in the capitalist system, the modes of production and consumption of contemporary societies, as well as the property rights over natural resources and the unequal distribution of wealth.


In contrast to this system, Morales Ayma called for laying the foundations for a "multipolar", "fairer and more humane" world, based on common rules. In his view, Bolivia has made many efforts in this regard, particularly in the context of the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals. 


The President has rightly recalled the importance of access to the sea for the realization of the development of peoples. "It is for this reason that Bolivia will not give up its right of sovereign access to the Pacific Ocean," he said, before citing several judgments by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) between 2015 and 2018, in a case opposing his country to Chile on "the obligation to negotiate access to the Pacific Ocean". 


In the first place, he said, in its judgment of 1 October 2018, the Court acknowledged that "Bolivia has a coastline of more than 400 kilometers along the Pacific Ocean". In the second place, Mr. Morales Ayma recalled that, according to a judgment rendered by the ICJ on September 24, 2015 in the same case, "the issues in dispute are not settled by agreement between the parties, or an arbitral award or a decision of an international tribunal, or governed by agreements or treaties in force ". Finally, the President recalled the last paragraph of the ICJ judgment of 1 October 2018: "However, the Court's conclusion should not be understood as preventing the Parties from continuing their dialogue and exchanges in a spirit of good neighborliness. , in order to address issues related to the isolation of Bolivia, whose solution is considered by both to be in their mutual interest. With the will of the parties, meaningful negotiations will be possible. " 


According to Morales Ayma, this ruling, in which the ICJ ruled that Chile was not obliged to negotiate sovereign access to the Pacific Ocean for Bolivia, can not mean the end of the controversy. On the contrary, this decision leaves the possibility to Chile and Bolivia to negotiate a solution, said the President, calling on the United Nations to support the two countries in this direction.


Mr. ABDALLAH II IBN AL HUSSEIN, King of Jordan , began his speech with a plea for collective action, the only instrument, according to him, capable of combating the exclusion of young people, economic and technological inequalities, climate change, mass displacement and religious discrimination. "This is the promise of the United Nations," he said. 


Collective action, the sovereign continued, is also vital to ending crises. "And no crisis has done more damage at the global level than the main conflict in my region, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict," he said. In his eyes, the fact that a conflict has been going on for so long in a holy land shared by three great religions, each of which preaches love for one's neighbor, proceeds from a "terrible irony". The Jordanian ruler said that segregation, forced displacement, violence and mistrust have no place in this "prophet-driven" place, where generations of Muslims, Christians and Jews have striven to "Live in obedience to God", teaching their children compassion, forgiveness and respect.


Recalling that his late father, King Hussein of Jordan, denounced the Israeli occupation of Palestine in that same compound, 40 years ago, King Abdullah II described the continuation of this occupation as a "moral tragedy". . Nothing can deprive the Palestinian people of their international right to equality, justice and self-determination, he said. According to him, the defense of this right begins in the first place with the need to uphold the sanctity of holy places in East Jerusalem and the rejection of attempts to challenge the "legal status and authenticity of history" of the Holy city.


 "What lesson do we teach young people,
As guarantor of the holy places, King Abdullah II recalled that he has the duty to protect Muslim and Christian sites in Jerusalem. But, he added, the responsibility for the defense of religious freedoms and human rights rests with all Member States. "So, let's save the Holy City for all humanity, as a unified city of peace," the sovereign said. He further urged the international community to redouble its efforts to advance the two-State solution, which it considered to be in conformity with international law and with United Nations resolutions.


 This solution, he insisted, is the only one able to end the conflict, while meeting the legitimate aspirations of the Palestinians to live in an independent state bounded by the pre-1967 borders with East Jerusalem. for capital. "What is the alternative: a segregated state with unfair laws, depending on strength and betraying the basic values ​​of good people on both sides?" He asked. "It is a formula for lasting conflict and not a path to stability, security and peace," concluded the sovereign.


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Mr MOON JAE-IN, President of the Republic of Korea, began his speech by recalling that his country is one of those who "immensely" benefited from the United Nations, having been released from the "colonial yoke" the very year of the birth of the Organization. With a sense of responsibility commensurate with Korea's progress, Korea is now working with the international community to restore peace and prosperity in East Asia and around the world. "The Olympic Truce adopted in November 2017 in the form of a UN resolution has once again been of great help to our country. In accordance with this resolution, joint military exercises between the Republic of Korea and the United States planned for the spring of 2018 have been suspended, 


The decisions made by President Donald Trump and President Kim Jong Un have provided the impetus for the changes taking place on the Korean peninsula. "It is always possible to take a seat at the negotiating table for peace in the subregion," said the leader. The two Koreans are not only aiming to achieve denuclearization, but also to economic cooperation which, in turn, will strengthen peace, as part of a virtuous circle, he added. While recognizing that peace on the peninsula remains a challenge, Mr Moon assured that his country would continue the dialogue with North Korea and take the path to denuclearization and lasting peace, while maintaining its cooperation with States Members of the United Nations. 


"I would like to inform you in particular that a total of 177 human remains have been found so far on the Arrowhead site, the scene of one of the most violent clashes between South Korea and UN troops. one side, North Korea and China on the other, "said the President. All these efforts have allowed Donald Trump to become the first US President to cross the line and set foot on North Korean soil, he said, welcoming that the easing of military and deep trust between the leaders of both Korea and the United States paved the way for the trilateral meeting in Panmunjom.


He therefore wanted to propose today to the United Nations the idea of ​​making the demilitarized zone (ZDM) that cuts the Korean peninsula in two, "an international zone of peace". The ZDM, which has become a "real ecological treasure", is the legacy of all mankind and must be shared with the rest of the world, the Head of State continued: "Once peace has been restored, work with North Korea to include the ZDM in the World Heritage of Humanity ". Mr Moon stressed that the cooperation of the international community and the UN to carry out the demining of the area, which should take 15 years, will be necessary, not only to guarantee the transparency of operations, but also to make ZDM an area of ​​"international cooperation".


Mr. ROCH MARC CHRISTIAN KABORÉ, President of Burkina Faso , focused on terrorism and poverty. Since January 2016, he recalled, Burkina Faso faces "persistent and unprecedented scale" terrorist attacks, the impacts of which have far-reaching consequences. The escalation of violence and insecurity has led to a humanitarian crisis, resulting in many civilian casualties and in the Defense and Security Forces, hundreds of thousands of internally displaced persons, and closing schools and health facilities.


The President of Burkina Faso took this opportunity to welcome the support of the United Nations in this situation and the opening of a regional center outside the capital, closer to the people. His government, he said, called for a peacebuilding prevention and peacebuilding assessment mission to the African Development Bank, the European Union and the World Bank, which took place in July. last, and whose recommendations are being implemented. 


More than ever, Mr. Kaboré said, the international community must intensify the struggle for the eradication of poverty. It must also support the G5 Sahel countries in their fight against terrorism. In this regard, the President welcomed the Accra Initiative and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Summit on Security, held on 14 September. 


While welcoming the recent renewal of the mandate of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA), it noted the "inoperability" of the Mission in the face of the terrorist threat in Mali because of limits of its mandate. But, he stressed, "it seems inconceivable that with 12,000 men and substantial resources, this force can not contribute effectively to the fight against terrorism in this country." Like his peers in ECOWAS and as current Chairman of the G5 Sahel, the leader called for a "more robust and more offensive" mandate from MINUSMA. Similarly, he called on the Security Council to grant the G5 Sahel Joint Task Force a mandate under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter,


The President recalled that, at the Biarritz Summit of the G7 countries, he proposed, with France and Germany, the establishment of an international partnership for stability and security in the Sahel. "Peace and stability in the Sahel are also those of Africa and the rest of the world," he warned. 


"There will be stability in our space only if we find a solution to the Libyan crisis," he added. Metbecohearse, thelande, there were, it was found, theows the UN and the Lesb vague theorescence of the Lesbian Lesbrir and theorge, theoresprisingly, Lesbian, United States  
In addition, Kabore said, the Government is continuing to implement its program aimed at meeting the basic needs of the people, strengthening democracy and consolidating the rule of law. In the fight against global warming, Burkina Faso has taken important initiatives, including a five-year reforestation plan, a law to reduce the effects of disasters and humanitarian crises and a regional plan 2016-2020 for risk reduction. and preparing for the emergency response. Finally, the Burkinabe leader congratulated the Secretary-General on the launch yesterday of the Global Alliance of Investors for Development. He saw "a glimmer of hope at a time when funding is becoming increasingly scarce."


Mr SEBASTIÁN PIÑERA ECHEÑIQUE, President of Chile , first stressed that each generation faces its own challenges. However, none has faced a challenge as urgent and immense as that of climate change and global warming. Prestigious magazines have featured images of the Earth, urging people to save the planet. They are wrong: what is at stake is the survival of the human race, hammered the President.
The planet is 4.5 billion years old and has suffered, resisted and survived all kinds of weather events.


 On the other hand, 99% of the species have disappeared and we do not want humans to be next on the list. The scientific evidence is clear and definitive. We are affected by intense heat waves, severe floods, droughts, hurricanes, collapse of glaciers, rising sea levels and other phenomena. Over the past 30 years, we have destroyed 50% of coral reefs that are home to 25% of marine life and diversity. We have burned or deforested a large part of our forests and we have polluted land, air and sea more than ever before.


Mother Nature asks us to protect her so that she can protect us in return. It is time to listen, it is time to act, conjured the Chilean President, who stressed that the existence and nature of climate change is not a matter of opinion, ideology or faith. The scientific evidence is there and we have a little more than a decade to make a difference and avoid irreversible damage.


What can we do? he asked. We can wait and see what happens, or we can act. Chile chose the second option, which is why it agreed to host the 25th Conference of States Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 25) in December.


The Chilean President presented the objectives of this COP: more ambitious and applicable goals to combat climate change and global warming; implementing better initiatives to care for our oceans; the commitment of regional and municipal executives, NGOs, private companies, civil society and citizens in this noble cause; acceptance of the implementation of the carbon tax.


The Chilean President called for the abandonment of the disposable culture and to embrace recycling instead. We must move from a linear economy to a circular economy that recycles waste. He also hoped that resources would be mobilized to work with the most vulnerable countries that would join this cause.


Every country and all humanity must join this challenge, the greatest of our generation, the battle on which our lives depend. Change the course of history and ensure our survival: "If not now, when? If not us, who? Asked the President. He returned to the environmental crisis that affected communities in Quintero and Puchuncavi, Chile, threatening poisoning of these communities. A decontamination plan has been implemented, the online monitoring network has been improved, and a thorough environmental audit has been conducted.


Regarding water and water scarcity that his country has been facing for 10 years, the Chilean President cited measures adopted by his government, including decrees on water scarcity and agricultural emergency, integration modern technologies for better use of water resources, construction of dams, aquifers, desalination plants and sewage treatment facilities; as well as research and evaluations of aqueducts and other "water highways" to regions that lack them.


The President then turned to the weakening and worrisome state of the global economy, including the price war waged by two major economic powers. He called for an economic order based on respected rules, promoting free trade, integration and investment flows. He must, he said, oppose protectionism, remove trade barriers, harmonize regulations, establish universal rules, prohibit and punish unilateral behavior. To this end, he called for reform of the World Trade Organization (WTO) to enable better dialogue and closer cooperation within the international community. He therefore considered it urgent and necessary to put an end to this harmful price war.


Finally, the Chilean President pleaded, especially in his region, for a knowledge and information society, the fourth Industrial Revolution, the fight against corruption and populism, the improvement of education, investment in science, technology and entrepreneurship. He reserved his last words to the situation in Venezuela where the dictatorship caused a humanitarian crisis. The solution, he said, is a transitional government and free and democratic elections.


Mr EMMANUEL MACRON, President of France, was pleased to address the General Assembly the day after the Secretary-General's action on the fight against climate change. According to him, the international community is not at the rendezvous of the requirements in this field, against a backdrop of renewed tensions in the Middle East or in the Sahel. In addition to knowledge - "never has science been so advanced in helping us formulate the answers" - we have the funding, an "unmatched" capacity for innovation, the "unprecedented awareness of contemporary ills" and a multilateral framework . So, what are we missing? asked the French leader. "On reflection, I remembered a text that often accompanied me, the one that Alexander Solzhenitsyn did in 1978 at Harvard University: we lack the courage," he replied.


In all regions of the world, he explained, building peace means taking the risk of dialogue and compromise. It takes demanding consultations with "transparent monitoring". Referring to the Iranian crisis in this regard, the Head of State said he was convinced that tightening sanctions could only aggravate tensions in the Gulf and beyond. The recent attacks against Saudi Arabia have changed the game, with "flashover risks" at any time. More than ever, according to the French President, the time has come for the resumption of negotiations between the United States, Iran, the other countries signatories to the Joint Global Action Plan (JCPOA) and the countries of the region. We must ensure, he continued, that Iran never adopts nuclear weapons, that regional security is guaranteed, including for maritime and economic flows. "I believe in the courage to build peace," said Macron. 


Addressing the humanitarian situation in Edleb, which he said he was following "with vigilance and exigency", the leader said he was engaged in the collective search for a "sustainable and inclusive political solution" in Syria, which involves the return of all refugees and a free electoral process that reflects the will of all Syrians. Mr. Macron also said he was convinced that lasting peace in Libya could only be achieved through the reconciliation of all Libyan parties, placing his hopes in the forthcoming interlibrary conference of reconciliation and in the UN commitment. With regard to Mali,
 
"So many situations where dialogue and the construction of political solutions are necessary", summed up the French President, who also announced the holding, in the coming weeks, of the Normandy Summit at the level of the Heads of State and Government to relaunch the settlement of the Ukrainian crisis. "I do not believe that crises are resolved by a nationalist withdrawal," he said. "I believe in patriotism", which is "the love of the fatherland and the universal".


 According to him, it is necessary to reinvent a "strong multilateralism", by acting on the fact that "no solution exists in the fold". If we have weakened, argued Mr. Macron, it is because we have "questioned the truth" and a "loss of meaning" has taken hold. Inequality has increased in our world as a result of the "dysfunctions" of contemporary capitalism, he added, citing precisely inequalities in access to economic opportunities, gender, access to health care and education. To end it, he cited the African Women's Access to Finance Initiative (AFAWA) as an example, with support from the African Development Bank.


We gave a "frame" to the "impatience" of our youth, analyzed Emmanuel Macron. In the fight against climate change and the preservation of biodiversity, we must revise our ambitions upward, if we want to limit the rise in temperatures to less than two degrees. He welcomed India's willingness to join the Coalition of States committed to achieving "carbon neutrality". In this regard, COP 25 and 26 will be essential steps, he said. 


"We can not continue to pretend that we are making efforts while continuing to depend on coal. "We can not continue to develop polluting facilities in developing countries. "We can not continue to make statements in this forum while importing harmful products. He said he was not saying that "everything is fine in France", and "we're doing enough", "far from it". But we have to get involved together and now, he said.


Faced with inequalities, he considered that the right answer is not a "fiscal agenda" for each country, but an assumed international program. That's why he's been encouraging everyone to change their consumer and governance habits right now, with the courage of responsibility. "We have no other choice," he said.


Mr ŽELJKO KOMŠIĆ, President of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, hoped to submit his country this year to the voluntary review of the High Level Forum for Sustainable Development. He also stressed that the process of Euro-Atlantic integration is at the center of his country's political developments. Bosnia and Herzegovina, he admitted, will have to go through a process of maturation in order to carry out the necessary reforms without provoking socio-political tensions.


 My country, the President insisted, is a reliable, serious country and a determined partner of the United Nations, the European Union and NATO. He has also made good bilateral relations with his neighbors one of his priorities. Unfortunately, regretted the President, given the specific policies, we sometimes see our neighbors pursue their political interests within our territory,


My country, also assured the President, cooperates fully with the Residual International Mechanism called upon to exercise the functions of the Criminal Courts. We are determined to ensure that all those suspected of war crimes in the territory of the former Yugoslavia are brought to justice. Concluding on the reform of the Security Council, the President said he was determined to seek a compromise solution. But as the number of Eastern European countries has doubled, he said he will count on an enlarged Council that will give more non-permanent seats to the Eastern European Group.


Mr. JOÃO MANUEL GONÇALVES LOURENÇO, President of Angola , recalled the need for a common effort to address threats to peace, such as poverty, endemic diseases, exploitation of human beings, drug trafficking and terrorism. Key to international peace and security, multilateralism, he stressed, implies a profound reform of the Organization, which must increase the number of permanent members of the Security Council, to include African countries. and South America and achieve a better geostrategic balance than that inherited from the Second World War. 


The President recalled that his continent is ravaged by terrorism, which affects, among other countries, Mali, Niger, Nigeria and Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Chad, the Central African Republic and Somalia. He mentioned Angola's contribution to the prevention and resolution of conflicts, as evidenced by the Memorandum of Understanding between Rwanda and Uganda signed in Luanda. Coming to climate change, he joined those who denounce the "irresponsibility" of international actors who persist in ignoring the obvious signs and "continue to support polluting industries".


Welcoming recent initiatives and events held around the world, as a "true line of defense for the environment and our planet, our common home", he called for working to protect the forests still relatively preserved as those of the basin Amazon and the river "Congo or Zaire", essential for the renewal of the oxygen of the planet.


The President said he was aware that the goals of sustainable development, certainly noble and just, can not be achieved without a "debate of ideas on alternative projects taking into account the political situation and the concrete reality of countries that most needed. To fight hunger, he advocated misery and disease, more than political or bureaucratic solutions, better governance, the fight against corruption and other social diseases, the protection of the environment and the strengthening of values ​​such as human dignity, responsible and inclusive citizenship, social justice and equal opportunities. These goals require the support of youth, the only force capable of overcoming these challenges, and of which it is imperative to deepen education from both a technical and a cultural point of view.


"What a happy coincidence to succeed to this podium President João Lourenço, the brother country of Angola," exclaimed Mr. MARCELO REBELO DE SOUSA, President of Portugal , stressing the strength of the bond between the members of the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries. He returned to the creation, almost 100 years ago, of the League of Nations (SDN), recalling that the American Congress of the time, with an isolationist tendency, then refused to ratify the treaty. As for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), it had not wished to integrate the ancestor of the United Nations for ideological reasons, before changing its mind in 1934. 


The League of Nations, the President recalled again, never recovered from the lack of commitment of the two powers. Fragile by the rise of unilateralism, isolationism and nationalism, she was unable to prevent the Second World War.


 "What seemed in 1919 a promise, albeit fragile, had become in 1939 a slaughter," said the President, calling to learn the lessons of history to prevent it from repeating itself. This presupposes, he said, redoubling his efforts to try to jointly solve the problems of the whole of humanity, thanks to a "multilateral vision shared by all, including the most powerful". No one, he warned, can go it alone in the face of increasingly complex global challenges. Do not confuse "transient power" with "eternal leadership."


Indeed, the President was alarmed, the world has changed dramatically in the past 40 years, from two superpowers to "an absolute superpower." In this changing world, you have to "resist the temptation of navel-gazing". We must stop focusing on our power or our next elections, claiming that the rest of the world does not exist or exists only if it resembles us. 


On the contrary, the President has called for multilateralism, led by the Secretary-General, to invest in international organizations, to implement the Sustainable Development Goals, and to provide timely payment by States. Members of their mandatory contribution to the Organization's budget, implementation of the Paris Agreement, conclusion of a marine biodiversity treaty, participation in United Nations peacekeeping operations and reform United Nations. On this last point, he called for the restructuring of the Security Council to ensure the presence, at least, of Africa, Brazil and India.
 
The President praised Portugal's participation in eight UN peacekeeping missions, six of which are deployed on the African continent. He also said he was proud to organize, alongside Kenya, the next Oceans Conference in June 2020 in Lisbon, and to have launched a national roadmap for carbon neutrality by 2050. 


The President also said he supports the Global Covenants on Migration and Refugees. We are, he said, a country of migrants since our birth, 900 years ago. Calling on him to fight against xenophobia and intolerance, he added that it is by investing in education that we will be able to defeat terrorism, radicalization and human trafficking.


Calling also to persevere in favor of multilateralism and patriotism, the President said that being a patriot means being proud of one's origins and history, just as the others are proud of theirs. "In this hall, thankfully, we are all patriots," he said. "We patriots, we know it: more United Nations and no less than United Nations," insisted Mr. Rebelo de Sousa, urging Member States not to make the same mistakes as in the days of the League of Nations.


Mr. Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda , said that 2020 will be a turning point for multilateralism. The transformational potential of universal health coverage, he continued, is now a global priority, thanks to the leading role played by the World Health Organization (WHO). He pointed out that in Rwanda, 80% of the population benefits. He also prided himself on the possibilities of Africa and cited the coming into force this summer of the Continental Free Trade Agreement. Kagame nonetheless acknowledged the continuing obstacles to the development of his continent, which has seven of the fastest growing economies in the world. The President therefore urged the international community to honor the commitments it has made. 


One of the lessons that can be drawn from the Climate Action Summit organized yesterday at the initiative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations is that technological innovation can make it possible to achieve sustainable development without undermining the economic competitiveness of developing countries. States. In the coming weeks, he said, Rwanda will welcome new African refugees from detention centers in Libya. Other countries should do the same, the President said, before concluding on the rights of women and girls, and announce the holding, next November in Kigali, of the Fourteenth World Summit against Gender Inequality.


Mr SAULI NIINISTÖ, President of Finland , welcomed the fact that the President of the General Assembly had mentioned the lack of trust as a crucial problem, since trust is a prerequisite for the good functioning of the international community. Without trust, said the President, the best of institutions would be unable to function.


This key issue of trust was at the heart of this week's summit in New York on sustainable development in general and the climate in particular. In both cases, the necessary formal framework was already there and yet, despite the commitments made in favor of the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Agreement, the results remain meager. 


This inability to keep promises on such serious matters does not fail to erode citizens' trust in their leaders. Yesterday the Secretary-General called for action, not words, the President said, adding that we need results to really build confidence in the future.


Goal 13 of the 2030 Agenda for Action on Climate is one of the most urgent, the President said, because the impact of climate change is already being felt and makes all sustainable development goals more sustainable. difficult to reach. Even if we totally stopped emitting CO2 tomorrow, we would still suffer the effects of climate change for decades, he said. Results are also essential in the area of ​​adaptation, but this should not distract us from efforts to prevent further damage and reduce emissions. "We can not wait for others to move first," he insisted.


The other area of ​​concern is confidence in the institutions, which has been diluted in recent years. To passively mourn the crisis of multilateralism will not help us, the President said. It is up to us to restore confidence in the institutions; it is up to us to shape the international order and the United Nations must show that it deserves the confidence of its Member States. Finland, the President said, therefore wholeheartedly supports the Secretary-General's reforms, but again, only results matter.
 
The loss of confidence in international institutions and frameworks is particularly worrying when it comes to the control of weapons, including nuclear weapons, with the collapse of the Mid-Range Missile Treaty and uncertainties about the future of the new START Agreement. "We are losing our instruments of control," the president said alarmingly. 


Trust between States and between individuals remains the basic basis of peace and security, otherwise the risk of conflict increases and once conflict has erupted, confidence must be restored before it can be resolved. The President has therefore urged efforts to find a way out of crises in the Middle East, Africa and Ukraine. Finland is always ready to lend its "good offices", he said.


As we approach the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Beijing Declaration, "the most progressive document" in the promotion of women's rights, there is little cause for rejoicing, lamented the President. "With concern" the questioning of the rights to reproductive and sexual health.


Prince ALBERT II of Monaco first addressed the issue of climate change by insisting on the call that has just been launched by the youth of the world and on "the unprecedented anxiety, but especially the immense hope "In the face of the future of which it is a carrier and which must" push us to a real change ". We need to translate these messages into our policies to respond in a courageous and determined way, he added.
 
Monaco is committed to the path of carbon neutrality and gives itself the means to achieve it because only a voluntarist policy will make it possible to overcome the constraints of a territory that welcomes every day more than twice its own population, added the Prince Albert II, who said that his country has joined the Coalition of Finance Ministers for climate action and intends to play its part by participating in the first replenishment of the Green Climate Fund.


 Monaco also intends to give "the same degree of urgency" to the preservation of biodiversity and the fight against climate change. The Prince also emphasized the role of forests and even more so that of the ocean, "overwhelming" the special report of the Intergovernmental Panel on the Ocean and the Cryosphere in the Context of Climate Change. Monaco has "historically made the choice to support science," he added, deeming it essential that the policies to be implemented can be based on the finest scientific knowledge possible. 


Albert II went on to defend multilateralism, saying that "we will meet the many challenges we face together, or we will lose them individually". He recalled that the common future is sustainable development. Believing that the first cycle of implementation of the objectives set had shown progress in key areas and favorable developments, particularly in the fight against poverty, he nevertheless recalled that the environment is deteriorating "at an alarming rate," that the number of people suffering from hunger is increasing and that more than half of the world's population remains deprived of essential health care. Monaco, he explained, acts within the framework of the requirements of sustainable development, which supposes a more inclusive society. 


The Prince recalled the need to comprehensively understand the hopes but also the risks of the fourth industrial revolution and artificial intelligence, particularly in terms of security and development of inequalities. He cited as an example the launch last April of the program "Extended Monaco" which commits the Principality to a "digital transition of unequaled magnitude while paying particular attention to the notion of responsibility and sustainability ".


Albert II concluded by reaffirming his country's faith in multilateral institutions, to which states owe their "ability to transcend antagonisms and set standards for managing interdependencies". Whether environmental preservation, counter-terrorism or social development, new challenges require paradigm shifts and funding that are beyond the reach of individual Member States but are not unfeasible. if we are going into solidarity in the service of humanity, he concluded.


Mr. MAHAMADOU ISSOUFOU, President of Niger , said that multilateralism only progresses after bloody conflicts, as shown by the treaties of Westphalia (1648), Vienna (1815) and the creation of the League of Nations. after the two world wars. He pleaded for multilateralism, concluding that "national interests are better defended in cooperation than in confrontation".


He painted the disturbing picture of an international situation dominated by "the arms race, trade tensions, the rise of populism and xenophobia, the increase of inequalities, the spectacular increase of migratory flows", threats that come in addition to those of terrorist and criminal organizations as well as global warming.


In response, the President emphasized the need to reform the United Nations, and in particular the Security Council, but also the General Assembly and ECOSOC. He also advocated a reform of global economic governance and its key institutions - the World Trade Organization (WTO), the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank - without which the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals will not be achieved in the future. 2030. He recalled that Africa needs $ 600 million a year to achieve these goals and believes that for the time being, efforts are insufficient.


The President also stressed the need for Africa to implement its Agenda 2063 and welcomed the launch in Niamey on 7 July of the operational phase of the African Continental Free Trade Area (CAFTAf). He stressed the need for a multilateral response to the challenges posed by terrorist and criminal organizations in the Sahel and in the Lake Chad Basin. "Security is a global public good," he said. "By building strong counterterrorism coalitions in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, the international community has understood this," he said, regretting in the same breath a lack of the crisis in the Sahel and in the Lake Chad Basin, crises "amplified" by the Libyan crisis,


He urges the international community to find an urgent solution to the Libyan crisis by appointing a joint UN-African Union (AU) Special Envoy, reinforcing the armies, the intelligence services of Member States, the Multinational Joint Force against Boko Haram and the G5 Sahel joint force he wished to see placed under Chapter VII of the Charter.


The President welcomed the Franco-German initiative for the establishment of the Partnership for Stability and Security in the Sahel and thanked the international partners that support Niger, particularly within the Sahel Alliance dedicated to development. However, he called for harmonization of efforts to achieve better results.


Mr. Issoufou finally urged all Member States to implement the conclusions of the Climate Action Summit held yesterday. "We do not have a planet bis," he said. "Our immediate commitments condition the survival of humanity. He referred to the actions put in place by Niger and called for support from the international community. 


He also expressed the wish that in 2022, at the time of the Migration Pact Implementation Review Forum, "bold decisions" will be taken to tackle the "root causes" of migration: "poverty , climate change and insecurity.


Recalling the upcoming celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the liberation of his country from the yoke of oppression and tyranny, King WILLEM-ALEXANDER of the Netherlands explained that his freedom is forever linked to cooperation with his country. 'other countries. He said he was convinced that close collaboration with a State partnership offers the best guarantees of freedom, security and prosperity for all. The fight against poverty is best served by joining forces at the international level. And we are convinced that it is essential to make it clear here in the General Assembly, in view of the pressure exerted on this cooperation, "said the King, who called for" cherishing "the multilateral system and its international agreements and regulations.


The Head of State then called for listening to the voices of young people, who are calling for a fair, clean and sustainable world, free of violence and oppression and sheltered from need, considering it essential to devote "all our energies "to achieve it. King Willem-Alexander, however, worried that in some countries and regions, young people may lose hope in the future, citing the situation in Venezuela, "neighboring country of the Caribbean part of our Kingdom." He called for breaking the deadlock through free and fair elections.


King Willem-Alexander also expressed concern about the lack of respect for diversity, minority rights and gender equality. He expressed his commitment to freedom of religion and thought, and then welcomed the fact that the rights of LGBTI people and other minority communities are prescribed by law in more and more countries. But in the end, he has tempered, words must be translated into action.
He also stressed that the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals depends on the protection of human rights and recalled the Netherlands' candidacy to the Human Rights Council for the period 2020-2022. Calling for respect for the right to life of everyone, he also pleaded for the abolition of the death penalty in the world.


Turning then to the suffering of the victims of war and violence, King Willem-Alexander expressed his support for the Action for Peacekeeping initiative and called for effective action to combat terrorism and its causes. The Netherlands is also determined to fight impunity and will hold an event this week to encourage the prosecution of ISIL combatants, "preferably in the areas where they committed their atrocities". The Head of State further pointed out that under Security Council resolution 2166 (2014), all countries, "including Russia", must cooperate with efforts to establish the truth about the crash of the country. flight MH17, July 17, 2014.


Continuing, King Willem-Alexander has warned that at the current rate, the Sustainable Development Goals will not be achieved by the deadline of 2030. He is no less proud of the enormous leap forward realized within a generation to fight extreme poverty. He also spoke about climate change, "one of the biggest threats to achieving sustainable development goals". International cooperation has never been so urgent to preserve the future of the planet, said the King, for whom climate change can only be fought by "working together".


He acknowledged that the transition to a sustainable and circular economy will not be easy and called on States to join forces and share their knowledge and experiences. He explained that the whole of the Dutch society had united to achieve the goal of halving emissions by 2030, and that a partnership had been launched with Costa Rica to help developing countries wishing to raise their climate ambitions. He then urged the private sector to make greening a priority. He also highlighted his country's water management experience as an "expert partner" for anyone seeking to improve flood protection.
Referring to the celebration next year of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the United Nations, King Willem-Alexander wondered how to ensure its relevance.


 "After the horrors of two world wars, we created a multilateral system on the basis of dialogue and cooperation. A system that places international agreements and regulations above ultra-nationalism and power-based spheres of influence. " And so, he said, we have improved the lives of billions of people and made our world a safer place. In his view, an effective multilateral system is the best guarantee for peace, stability and sustainable development.


King Willem-Alexander, however, acknowledged that reforms are needed to prevent the system from becoming bogged down and losing credibility, and called for urgent implementation of the Secretary-General's reforms. But to do this, he said, it is essential that Member States honor their financial commitments, that United Nations organizations improve their cooperation and that financial resources be spent "intelligently and effectively".


"The UN will have an inclusive future or no future at all," he said, calling for the voice of small island states "whose concerns have all too often fallen on deaf ears". Let us revive the United Nations so that it is adapted to today's world, he concluded.


Mr. MAURICIO MACRI, President of Argentina , wished to describe at the beginning of his address the new direction taken by his country in international relations. A leadership, he said, marked by a constructive role in the face of global challenges, a search for consensus driven by the belief that the world is much more an opportunity than a threat to Argentina, a country, said the President, who claims his place in the international order of the twenty-first century.
 
To illustrate his words, the President referred to his country's contribution to multilateralism, in the framework of the World Trade Organization (WTO), the Group of Twenty (G20) and South-South cooperation, whose peaks or conferences have been held in Argentina for the last three years. This positive role is visible in our strong commitment to non-proliferation, "pillar of democratic consensus in Argentina". The President, who recalled that his country will chair the NPT Review Conference in 2020, will present his candidate for the post of Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). 


Recalling the organization, this year by his country, of the Second Ministerial Conference of the Southern Hemisphere on the fight against terrorism, President Macri highlighted national measures against the financing of terrorism, such as the freezing of assets suspects that allowed to block funds to people related to Hezbollah. Motivated by the plagues still open to the terrible 1994 bombings, Argentina once again calls on Iran to cooperate with its judicial authorities and urges friendly countries to deprive the suspects of diplomatic immunity. 


Likewise, added President Macri, Argentina continues without hesitation its fight against drug trafficking and money laundering: networks of drug traffickers have been dismantled and a sum of 8.5 billion dollars has been frozen. The country is also working to establish a regional legal body to deal with transnational organized crime in South America and the Caribbean. 


In addition to combating climate change and specific campaigns on social issues such as gender equality and preventing violence against women, Argentina aims to promote its values ​​in international relations. It is in this context that it denounces the very serious situation of human rights in Venezuela. The President did not fail to reaffirm Argentina's imprescriptible rights over the Malvinas Islands, the South Georgia Islands and South Sandwich Islands and the surrounding maritime areas. He said he was ready for bilateral negotiations with the United Kingdom and described the various areas of cooperation such as fishing and scientific exploration. 




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Mr EGILS LEVITS, President of Latvia , gave a brief historical account of his country's struggle with the other two Baltic States, Lithuania and Estonia, to regain their independence in 1991, welcoming the states that do not have never recognized the legitimacy of the occupier. Our independence was the result of mass movements whose struggle was rooted in international law. It was the result of a nonviolent struggle for freedom, a rare event in history, he said. It was, more or less, the triumph of international law. 

For this former judge who served for 25 years at the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice, sooner or later, justice always prevails. That is why, he explained, justice and the rule of law both at national and international level are so important for Latvia. The President also announced the deposit today of his country's declaration of accession to the Rome Statute, another sign, if any, of Latvia's firm commitment to the rules of the international order. The Latvian President emphasized the need for a strong, inclusive and rule-based multilateral order for the maintenance of international peace and security. 


This must be our shared responsibility and the United Nations must remain at the center of this order because, he explained, experience has shown that our goals can only really be achieved with cooperation in multilateral fora. Multilateral order also demands respect by all States for territorial integrity and national sovereignty as stated in the Charter of the United Nations. The President therefore pointed to the Russian Federation's failure to respect the principles of international law, while the violation of the territorial integrity of Ukraine and Georgia continues. Such contempt of international law should not be accepted as the "new norm". 


President Levits also spoke of hybrid threats to democracies, as evidenced by interferences in electoral processes, energy blackmail and cyberattacks. In this regard, he expressed his country's willingness to share its experience in promoting a responsible cyberspace. He stressed the need to develop technologies in a responsible framework with the obligation to be accountable for his actions.



 He encouraged the UN to promote discussions on the protection of personal data in cyberspace from an ethical and normative point of view. He underscored the importance of the report of the High-Level Group on Digital Cooperation and the Secretary-General's Disarmament Agenda, which address key concerns in the area of ​​technological security. He saw it as a relevant way to move ideas forward.
 
The Latvian President also addressed the issue of climate change and called for cooperation across borders. Technology and innovation can play a major role in protecting the planet and connectivity can save resources while being more efficient. Latvia has already reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by almost 60% compared to 1990 levels. But that is not enough and it supports the goal of total carbon neutrality. Latvia, the President concluded, remains a strong supporter of the 2030 Agenda and has modified its National Long-Term Development Strategy. In this perspective, gender equality and the promotion of women's rights are not only things to be done but a relevant objective for economic development. 


Ms. ZUZANA ČAPUTOVÁ, President of Slovakia , who was speaking for the first time to the General Assembly, paid tribute to the great achievements of the United Nations, all of which are based on respect for the rules and principles, which must be accompanied by trust and responsibility. For her, mutual trust helps to keep our societies together. 


It identified two challenges in this respect: first, that the rules and principles are under considerable pressure. As a lawyer and activist for the defense of justice, the President has taken issue with those who, under the guise of freedom of expression, sow hatred and misinformation. But fighting extremism does not mean suppressing the right of minorities. 


The President has therefore defended a strong United Nations, guardian of the rules and of "our confidence". She acknowledged the difficulties in agreeing on new rules, such as on climate change, new technologies or artificial intelligence. In these difficult times, responsible governments must derive their legitimacy from the trust of their people. We need leaders who act far from populism and who keep their ego under control. In short, leaders who give hope that justice still exists, she said. To the leaders who speak of putting the national interest before the general interest, she said: to be a patriot relies less on selfish nationalism than on cooperation. 


In this context, the President was particularly concerned about the denial of climate change. The scientific facts are clear, she retorted. Climate change is here and we are running out of time. But if we act now, we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions. If we can succeed in our countries, thanks in particular to activists and NGOs, there is no reason to fail on a global scale. 


We must get rid of this fear and abandon "our old mentalities" according to which the ecological approach is expensive and unprofitable, she said, sharing the conclusive experience of her country which decided to close all its mines coal in what is unthinkable for years for fear of the political cost. But, welcomed the President, we finally had the courage to make this difficult decision. Slovakia, she said, reaffirms its strong commitment to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. 


Mr KASSYM-JOMART TOKAYEV, President of Kazakhstan, first praised the important role the United Nations plays in ensuring the development of relations among civilizations. From his point of view, however, a new global reality is emerging, influenced by four main factors, beginning with the growing number of unresolved conflicts. These conflicts revive old divisions and create new ones, leading the world powers into a military escalation. Second, he observed, we all suffer from a lack of trust between global and regional actors, which leads to an erosion of the current security architecture and, as a result, a new race to arms. The situation is further aggravated by sanctions, trade wars and the intense rivalry in the areas of space, 


The third major factor, he says, is the combination of growing social, economic and technological inequalities, disparities between the North and the South, and the emerging global debt crisis, which is seriously altering the global economic landscape. In fact, he said, we are witnessing the rise of protectionism and nationalistic measures that undermine partnerships and cooperation between nations. Fourth, continued Tokayev, environmental degradation has become one of the main factors of global destabilization. The impact of climate change in Central Asia is such that the region faces dramatic challenges such as desertification, melting glaciers and the scarcity of drinking water and irrigation, he warned, ensuring that in this complex environment,


Emphasizing that achieving a nuclear-weapon-free world remains Kazakhstan's priority, Tokayev expressed his conviction that such weapons are no longer an asset but a danger to world peace and security. Unfortunately, he lamented, "some countries still rely on strategic defense calculations for nuclear weapons, forcing their rivals to develop asymmetric responses." Under the leadership of its first President, Nursultan Nazabayev, Kazakhstan closed the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site and voluntarily renounced the world's fourth nuclear arsenal, becoming a champion of nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation ever since. said Mr Tokayev proud. 


Among his country's contributions to this "noble cause", he cited the creation of the only nuclear-weapon-free zone in Central Asia, the reception on his soil of the Agency's low-enriched uranium bank. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the adoption of a General Assembly resolution establishing an International Day Against Nuclear Tests and the recent ratification of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. In that regard, he considered that the issues related to the Joint Comprehensive Iranian Action Plan and the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula should be addressed only through political means. 


With regard to the "alarming developments" in the Middle East, the President of Kazakhstan also called for bilateral and multilateral actions to strengthen trust and respect between the parties. As an example of this commitment to inclusive dialogue, he recalled that Kazakhstan provides a platform for inter-Syrian negotiations. 



Thanks to the Astana process, which complements the Geneva negotiations, a cessation of hostilities could be effective in this country, he said, also welcoming the creation of de-escalation zones. Noting that conflicts generate terrorism and extremism, he said that these challenges can only be overcome through joint action through the Global Counter-Terrorism Network, under the auspices of the United Nations. 

For Tokayev, the capacity of the United Nations to fulfill its mission today faces serious difficulties. It is important, he said, to support the Secretary-General's "clear and bold vision" for United Nations reform. He also said he paid particular attention to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda, while wishing to "avoid the trap of middle-income countries".



 The Sustainable Development Goals are integrated 80% in the strategic programs of the Government of Kazakhstan, he assured, before concluding his willingness to continue the transformation of his country under the triple prism of "continuity, justice and progress ". He was convinced that a "firm and visionary" president, 

Mr ANDRZEJ DUDA, President of Poland , wished to focus his message on three concepts, which should also serve as a cement for the entire international community: peace through respect for the law, protection of the environment through cooperation and co-responsibility, and social assistance through commitment to sustainable development.


The President recalled that on 1 September, Warsaw commemorated the eightieth anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War, with the attack of his country by two totalitarian states and two criminal ideologies. In spite of this terrible lesson and the progress of civilization, we still see today, in the twenty-first century, acts of incomprehensible barbarism: ethnic cleansing, mass murder and even genocide. In addition, he said, attacks on the sovereignty and territorial integrity of States still occur and borders are always displaced by force. 


The President noted some historical analogies: there is always the temptation to "buy time" in passivity and submission, sometimes even talks with the aggressor. The President said he was wary of these talks which are only the defense of special interests, often economic ones, and of these marks of solidarity with the victims of an aggression with the help of grandiloquent words.


Nobody remembered the cruel lesson of the Second World War and the principle that guided the creation of the United Nations: "Never again. Unfortunately, the President said in recent years has shown that the same temptation to negotiate with the aggressor is still there. It is time, he was impatient, to get out of lethargy, learn from the past and stop repeating the same mistakes.


Stressing that every country has an equal right to self-determination, the President wants to see in his country a champion of independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity, whether in Ukraine or Georgia. Poland having been so badly affected in the last century, it is obliged to have a moral duty to speak clearly on this issue, which it is doing today, in the name of peace and freedom, said the President. .


While this year puts an end to Poland's two years in the Security Council, the President deplored that during this period, international law has been so challenged and disavowed, even though it is this international law that is the basis of principles such as the sovereign equality of States, justice, accountability and security. Those responsible for violations of these principles must be held responsible. International law is the strongest tool available to civilized nations to ensure lasting peace. There can be no peace without right, hammered the President.


Poland, he insisted, is steadfast on the side of the law and the victims of violence. The President underlined in particular four points and, first of all, the indisputable role of international law in maintaining the architecture of global security and the protection of civilians in armed conflict. He then focused on the rights of the child, the group most vulnerable to the consequences of conflict. He also cited improving the protection of persons with disabilities in conflict. The President also recalled that it was at the initiative of his country that the Security Council unanimously adopted its very first resolution on this issue. Finally, he dwelt on the protection of the rights of religious minorities and the freedom of religion,


The Polish President drew attention to his country's significant contribution to the second key challenge of the contemporary world, the protection of the environment, citing COP24 held in Katowice. Ambitions must be expressed together, this is the only way to give them life. After yesterday's Climate Action Summit, the Polish President said he has tabled five initiatives aimed at reducing household and public transport greenhouse gas emissions, accelerating reforestation, adapting cities to climate change and changing climate change. the economic profile of one of the most economically strong regions of Poland, Silesia. For Poland, environmental policy must be understood as a social policy.


The President has also called for an international discussion on the modern model of social policy, which he believes should be based on the 2030 Agenda, namely responsibility, solidarity and justice. He added that the concept of common wealth must be introduced into the economic debate. Shared responsibility must be the starting point for efforts to secure a better future for future generations, concluded the President.

 
Crown Prince ALOIS of Liechtenstein said that in nearly 300 years his country has only experienced peace, good neighborly relations and political stability. According to him, the "active" diplomacy of Liechtenstein, one of the smallest states in Europe, has contributed significantly to its survival. "Without our international connections, we could never have been recognized as a sovereign state," insisted the Crown Prince, referring to his country's accession to the United Nations in 1990 as a Member State. in its own right. 


60 years ago, he recalled, Liechtenstein was a poor country of agrarian emigration, with a weak economy and limited employment opportunities. The progressive access of the country to the status of an industrialized nation with a "diversified and innovative" economy has been made possible by the opening of world markets. 


However, faced with the advent of a "more unstable and multipolar" world order, the rise of protectionism, the weakening of international cooperation and the erosion of the rule of law, we must, said the Chief State, advocating respect for international law, the cornerstone of the United Nations. As a small state, he promised, we will always be on the side of the rule of law and against the law of the strongest. The Crown Prince wanted to learn from his country that investments in diplomacy, especially in the UN forum, also benefit Member States at the national level.


The Sovereign emphasized Liechtenstein's commitment to sustainable development goals, as evidenced by the many innovative initiatives involving the private sector. He notably cited the creation, on September 27, of a plan to allow the world of finance to fight against modern slavery and trafficking in human beings. 


At a time when commonly accepted norms, such as the Geneva Conventions, are routinely flouted, the Crown Prince felt that the International Criminal Court (ICC) remains the cornerstone of the fight against impunity. "The Court's performance has not always lived up to our expectations," he admitted, adding that the latter is suffering from the rise of isolationism and nationalism. In this context, the Liechtenstein sovereign called on Member States to help the ICC improve its performance, so that it is "less vulnerable to political attacks". He also highlighted his country's efforts in the fight against impunity for crimes committed during the Syrian conflict. He particularly welcomed the creation of the International Mechanism,


Mr MARTÍN VIZCARRA CORNEJO, President of Peru, recalled that last year, in this same forum, he had come to speak about the political and institutional crisis that his country was going through then. "On that occasion, I emphasized that corruption had erupted into cancer," recalled the President. Since then, he said, his government has launched a judicial and political reform to restore the efficiency, prestige and legitimacy of national institutions. Just a few weeks ago, the Head of State continued, Peru has promulgated four "key reforms" on the financing of political parties, the democratic life of the parties, the parity of elected officials and the alternation of candidates. legislative mandates. In the last 18 months, 


The President also said that he had submitted to Parliament a bill to advance the general elections by one year. "I am confident that we will achieve this for the good of the country," he said. He also denounced the "rupture of the constitutional order" and "the rooting of an illegitimate regime" in Venezuela. This political, institutional and humanitarian crisis has led to an exodus of more than four million people, 900,000 of whom have found refuge in Peru. The President said he intended to contribute to international efforts to restore democracy in Venezuela. He felt, however, that the international community had still not taken full measure of the Venezuelan exodus and called on Member States to remedy that situation.


He, in turn, said he was very committed to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, in particular Goal 16, which aims to create more peaceful and inclusive societies with transparent and accountable institutions. Peru's economic growth over the last 20 years has helped us reduce poverty, he said. As one of the countries affected by the forest fires of the last weeks, Peru is also invested in the fight against climate change, continued the President, affirming his intention to reduce deforestation by 20% by 2021 and 30 per cent by 2030. He also reaffirmed Peru's commitment to international peace and security, as a non-permanent member of the Security Council and Chairman of the Counter-Terrorism Committee. 


Mr MACKY SALL, President of Senegalsaid that this session of the General Assembly should invite us to energize multilateral efforts for the eradication of poverty, quality education, action against climate change and inclusion. But for millions of victims of war and terrorism, there is the existential question of living in peace and security, the president said. In the Sahel, he said, terrorist groups continue to kill every day, provoke thousands of refugees and displaced people and destroy basic social services. Because perils transcend borders, their care can not be fragmented. 


The President announced that Senegal has joined the initiative of France and New Zealand for Christchurch's call to action to eradicate terrorist and extremist content online. He invoked the African proverb "The rainbow owes its beauty to the varied tones of its colors" to say that peace is also diversity and that there can be no higher civilization center dictating to others how to be and act. All cultures, all civilizations are of equal dignity, hammered Mr. Sall, explaining that this is the reason why his country decided to realize the Gorée Memorial in memory of the dark period of slavery but also for the peaceful coexistence of peoples, while respecting their diversity. 


Peace is not only the absence of war, it is also the state of mind that soothes and accommodates, continued the President. In this context, he called for reconciliation between the Palestinian and Israeli peoples. Dialogue is the essence of the United Nations, and in the face of threats, of issues that transcend the nation-state, it is here that our concerns are expressed, our ideas and proposals come together to solve our common problems, that our hopes of compromise converge to achieve our common ends. 


Faith in multilateralism, the President said, only thrives in respect of agreed rules and commitments. He therefore renewed his commitment to multilateralism and reformed and inclusive global governance through a more equitable representation of Africa in the Security Council. President-in-Office of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) Steering Committee, Mr. Sall wanted another vision of the relational paradigm with the continent, free from prejudice and based on renewed and mutually beneficial partnerships. "Africa does not need guardianship. Africa needs partnerships, "said the President. He said he wanted more equitable exchanges that do not "exaggerate" the perception of the risk of investment,

 
The President has called for reform of the international tax system so that taxes are paid where the activity creates wealth and profit. He also called for stronger action against tax fraud and tax evasion and against money laundering and other illicit financial flows that cost Africa more than $ 100 billion a year. He called for the implementation of the Paris Agreement, which aims at $ 100 billion a year, and the fulfillment of the commitments agreed at the Third Replenishment Conference of the Global Partnership for Education Fund of 2018. to raise $ 3.1 billion. 


"This high-level week presents us with significant challenges," said GIUSEPPE CONTE, President of the Council of Ministers of Italy, at the beginning of his intervention. These challenges, he said, confirm that we need to "invest in multilateralism". In this regard, the role of the United Nations is "irreplaceable", both in the fight against climate change, in the defense of human rights and in the resolution of conflicts and trade disputes. 



These questions, which share the theme of inclusion, remind us that the human being is at the heart of the action of the UN, continued the leader, pleading for coordinated efforts to face the challenges the multiple challenges we face and correct the dysfunctions of globalization. "What must guide us is the respect of each individual. Without this foundation, multilateralism becomes a simple technique that can not guide fundamental values, "he said. assuring that this humanism distinguishes the action of his government. "Our goal is to have a truly human democracy," said Conte.

On the international front, he said, Italy advocates resolving conflicts by addressing the root causes of destabilization. It is also working to promote sustainable development, which is at the heart of its productive agenda. "Four years after the adoption of the 2030 Agenda, we must be ambitious," said Conte, before reaffirming his commitment with the help of the private sector and civil society. Ambition is also needed to respond to climate change, he said, calling for "urgent collective action". Referring to the risk of collapse of a Mont Blanc glacier, on the Italian side, he saw "a catastrophe to which no one can remain indifferent".



 This is why, he stressed, "I encourage the mobilization of citizens, especially young people". In his view, the Paris Agreement is "an essential starting point" but we must above all be "aware of the moral duty we have to our children, to transmit to them a planet in good condition". Italy, he pointed out, has already achieved the EU's greenhouse gas emissions targets and intends to achieve the "zero emissions" target by 2050. 

Despite these efforts, "we are well aware that all this can not be enough," conceded Mr. Conte. According to him, there must be a radical change in our cultural models. This is why the defense of biodiversity and sustainable development are now part of the fundamental principles of the Italian Constitution, he said. This implies giving up the "concept of property" which gives us the illusion that we can act exclusively while "we are only the guardians of a planet that we must yield to future generations". 



This vision implies a sharing of responsibilities at the international level and the same goes for migration, between countries of origin, transit and destination. This objective can only become concrete if it is guided by a "principle of distribution among countries". In the emergency phase of the European Union, Italy calls for a "partnership among all Member States" because, while it has always played its role in reception and resettlement, it "can no longer to be alone ". 

As a member of the Human Rights Council, Italy is particularly inspired by the model of human rights for peace, assured the President of the Council of Ministers. In this spirit, Italy participates in United Nations peacekeeping operations by bringing its technology and personnel. It believes, however, that the international community should resort more systematically to peaceful means of resolving conflicts, including mediation and the participation of all segments of society, including women and young people.



 In the Mediterranean, the President of the Council pointed out, Italy supports peaceful solutions conducive to the development of the region. This is what drives his action with regard to Libya, he said, 
Similarly, Italy's location in the Mediterranean implies a strong commitment on its part, Conte said, underlining the contribution of his country and the European Union to the socio-economic development of the African continent, from the Sahel to the Mediterranean. Horn of Africa. It also requires collective and determined action to combat terrorism and violent extremism, he said, calling on all States to take the necessary measures as a matter of priority to prevent the spread of hatred. In his concern for global stability, the President of the Council considered the Joint Comprehensive Iran Action Plan as "a key instrument for non-proliferation". For the leader, it is in the interest of the entire international community to "leave open the channels of dialogue with Tehran". 


In this global context, the United Nations is "the only point of reference" that can help humanity deal with the complex challenges facing the international community today, the head of the Italian Government said. Expressing his support for the Secretary-General's plans for reform of the Organization, Mr. Conte said that the international community will succeed only if it does not "make the mistake of acting by seeking short-term consensus". In his eyes, we must build a future and rely on the voices of young people. "Our duty is to hear it and transform it into concrete measures. " 


At the very moment when I am speaking to you, a pregnant woman from the Sahel is aboard a makeshift boat risking her life to cross the sea, in search of a better future, declared from the outset PEDRO SÁNCHEZ PÉREZ-CASTEJÓN, President of the Government of Spain . 



This woman, who flee hunger and drought, knows full well that the end of her expedition is far from assured, because the Mediterranean has become the largest marine cemetery in the world. But she has no other choice!

On the other side of the Atlantic, a Guatemalan family crosses Mexico's northern border on foot because it is so desperate that a wall, no matter how high, can not get in the way of its quest for peace , food and shelter for his children. As I speak to you, said the President, a robot is operating with great precision a patient in a hospital in Tokyo, saving him today from a death that was certain, a few years ago . A few steps away, in the waiting room, his relatives watch on television a family inconsolable waiapi, crying his house and his village destroyed by the flames that ravage the Amazon rainforest. In the hustle and bustle of cities, from Manhattan to London, via Madrid, a delivery man among thousands has just received a command launched from a mobile phone. He will receive in exchange for his delivery some pieces but he has no other choice. 


What I have just described, explained the President, may look like excerpts from television series. But unfortunately, it is the everyday reality of people and this reality urges us to act. This is the magnitude of the global challenges we face today: the climate emergency, hunger, migratory pressure, the technological and digital revolution, inequalities and hate speech. 



The President has sent a simple message: we must act because our land is bleeding. Echoing the words of the Secretary-General, he called for replacing words with commitments. We already know what world we want to leave to our children: a viable, just and equitable world and an international community committed to a new social contract, responsible governments committed to the preservation of the planet and champions of democracy. Spain has clearly identified its role to be at the forefront of these major changes. 


Although not having participated in the creation of the UN, because under the yoke of the Francoist dictatorship, Spain has emerged in the space of 40 years, as a prosperous country, decentralized, appearing among the countries the safest with an exemplary health system. 

Today, the President rejoiced, Spain is a solid democracy that has just closed one of the darkest chapters in its history, with the Supreme Court's decision to allow the exhumation of the General Franco exposed until then in a mausoleum because "no enemy of the democracy deserves the honors". The President also mentioned the progress made in the area of ​​gender equality. The voice of Spanish women is heard everywhere in the country and beyond and the LGBT community has given a real lesson in human rights. He then referred to the Paris Climate Agreement and the 2030 Agenda, two important instruments that provided the diagnosis, defined the objectives and established a roadmap.

 
Speaking on the need for a general mobilization in the face of the climate emergency, the President recalled the announcement made by his country at the Climate Action Summit to contribute 150 million euros to the Green Climate Fund. . Spain is also planning to give the Trust Fund for the 2030 Program an envelope of 100 million over five years. The same amount will be allocated to the Trust Fund for HIV / AIDS over a period of three years. 


As for migration, the President called for a joint and coordinated response to this humanitarian challenge and the abandonment of short-term solutions. Concerned by the conflicts and tensions around the world, he nevertheless felt that Africa remains a cause of hope because six African countries are among the 10 in the world that have achieved the highest growth rates. That is why Spain will contribute to Africa's capacity building to make it a region of opportunity and a continent of peace. 


With particular reference to Western Sahara, the President defended the central role of the United Nations and affirmed his country's willingness to contribute to the efforts of the Secretary-General, in accordance with Security Council resolutions. He concluded on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union that he hoped ordered, while fearing the consequences for Gibraltar. 


Over time, we have become increasingly interdependent and we see that national decisions almost all have international ramifications, said Mrs. JACINDA ARDERN, Prime Minister of New Zealand . She cited leaks of oil that know no borders, and accidents and nuclear tests whose impact is never confined to one place. But our interconnection goes much further and the experience of recent years has led us to wonder if we have ever really worked in isolation. This is a long-standing question for New Zealand, this distant and yet connected nation. 


We New Zealanders, joked the Prime Minister, are known for our green valleys where can hide the hobbits and feed the sheep. We are also known for our "manaakitanga" or the pride we derive from our sense of hospitality that we do not hesitate to apply to our most ferocious sports rivals. But since March 15, she recalled more seriously, we are known for something else: the most horrific terrorist attack on a place of worship that killed 51 innocent people, devastated the Muslim community and challenged our identity . The people who brought flowers to the mosques, showed their solidarity and observed a minute of silence all decided, with the Muslim community who responded only by his love,

 
But beware, acknowledged the Prime Minister, we are not a perfect nation. We have more than 200 different ethnic groups, but we know about racism and discrimination, and we always treat the wounds of the first meetings between Maori and Europeans 250 years ago. But since the terrorist attack, we had to ask tough questions. In 10 days, said the Prime Minister, we made the decision to change our laws on the carrying of weapons, prohibits semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles. We have started a second round of reforms to the Arms Register and changed the weapons regime. 


Remembering that after the attack, a child asked her if she would be safe anymore, the Prime Minister admitted that the fear of a child does not disappear with laws and decrees. For a child, feeling safe is not being afraid. Yet, in a technologically connected world, comments about race, discrimination based on religion, gender, sexuality and ethnicity do not remain behind borders. They are there. 


We must speak not only as if the world listened to us but as if a child was listening too. The terrorist on March 15, said the Prime Minister, not only took the life of 51 people, he did it live on Facebook. He used social media as a weapon and showed how the Internet can be perverted and become the tool of terrorists. What happened in Christchurch is a profound tragedy but also a complex problem in today's world. The Prime Minister welcomed the work done with technology companies, countries and civil society. 


But there is no better example of our absolute interdependence than climate change, she continued. "Saving the Pacific is saving our planet," she said, paraphrasing the Secretary-General during his visit to the region this year. In the last two years, the Prime Minister said, New Zealand has developed its own carbon neutrality legislation. Some billion trees have been planted and a $ 100 million green fund has been created. Offshore and gas exploitation licenses were frozen and a 100% renewable energy plan was launched, as were subsidies for a low-carbon transportation system. New Zealand also helps its neighboring countries but some answers are easier than others.

 
Indeed, the bulk of greenhouse gas emissions do not come from transportation, energy or waste, but from agricultural production, of which New Zealand is very proud. As a result, in the next five years, the country plans to work with its farmers to put in place systems where each farmer can measure, manage and reduce their own emissions. New Zealand will never produce all the food in the world, no matter how many sheep you lend her, the Prime Minister joked. But, she said, we can produce the ideas and technology that the world needs so that everyone can exploit and cultivate in the most sustainable way possible. That's why we continue to denounce the billions of dollars that countries spend every year on subsidizing fossil fuels. New Zealand, she said, will also launch with others a new initiative to make trade a force of good for climate action. Will you join us? asked the Prime Minister. 


Mr. SHINZO ABE, Prime Minister of Japan , opened his statement by reminding the President of the Seventy-Fourth General Assembly that, under his mandate, the United Nations will mark its seventy-fifth anniversary next year. He emphasized that his country has always striven to uphold the principles of the United Nations and is working to achieve the goals. Advocating for a structural reform of the Organization, starting with his Security Council, he confirmed that Japan, with the support of many countries, intends to become a non-permanent member of this body in 2022. 


Refocusing his remarks on his country, Abe noted that a new Emperor has acceded to the throne and that a ceremony will be held on October 22 in the presence of dignitaries from around the world. If the planet is looking to Japan at the beginning of this "new era", he said, it is also because the country has emerged from the recession and is more than ever open to the world. world, as evidenced by the sports competitions that take place there: the Rugby World Cup today, the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo in 2020. 


The Head of the Government of Japan also discussed the holding in Kyoto next April of the Fourteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. The first edition of this five-year meeting of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) was held in 1970 in Japan, he prided himself, seeing it as a symbol of commitment of his country with regard to the world. 


Abe said he welcomed Malala Yousafzai in March in Tokyo. On this occasion, the young Nobel Peace Prize winner remarked to her that "some 100 million girls lack the skills to master modern technology because they do not have a minimum education of 12 years," she said. -he recounts. According to the women's rights activist, the prime minister said, girls could contribute 30,000 billion dollars to the global economy if they completed secondary education.



 "I invited Malala to Japan, before the G20 that I chaired in June, in the hope of highlighting the empowerment policies of women and girls," he said. 

In the same vein, Mr. Abe emphasized that Japan is committed to promoting quality and inclusive education for all girls and women. A commitment which he wished to give concrete illustrations. He cited as an example the launch in 2017 of the first women's athletics competition in the United Republic of Tanzania, the result of a collaboration between a Japanese woman and a former Tanzanian marathon runner, which provides girls who attend to prevent early pregnancy. In the same country, a girls' school opened in 2016 thanks to the efforts of Japanese and local NGOs. These educational initiatives do not stop at Africa since similar projects are being conducted in Cambodia, he said, ensuring that, over the next three years, the Government of Japan will provide enriched education to at least nine million children and youth in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. He spoke about "e-learning" in primary schools in Sri Lanka and Internet science courses in Rwanda. 


Before concluding his seventh consecutive speech to the General Assembly, the Prime Minister reiterated his support for the United States' approach to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). The dialogue between the leaders of these two countries, with the goal of a better future, has "changed the dynamics that surrounded North Korea," he said. In this context, he expressed his determination to unconditionally meet with President Kim Jong Un to normalize relations between the DPRK and Japan. He then expressed his concern over the situation in the Middle East, saying the "despicable" attacks against Saudi oil facilities "hold the world economic order hostage". Recalling the commitment made to him by Iran's Guide to the Islamic Revolution, Mr. Ali Khamenei, against the possession, production and use of nuclear weapons, he said that in the morning he met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, at what was their ninth meeting. He said he counted on Iran's "actions rooted in the wisdom that stems from its rich history." 

Finally, Abe said Japan would rely on multilateral frameworks to reduce international disparities. In the wake of the Trans-Pacific Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP) and the Japan-EU Economic Partnership Agreement, the Global Regional Economic Partnership (RCEP) will become a reality, he enthused, predicting "a a more connected world that will allow more people to escape poverty. " Similarly, following the recent Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD), he expressed confidence in Africa's growth potential and encouraged by the changes in that continent. 


Mr BORIS JOHNSON, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, wanted to break with the traditional discourse that defends and promotes the rules of a peaceful world, evokes ongoing conflicts or the two-State solution. No, the Prime Minister preferred to talk about new technological breakthroughs. Why? Quite simply, he explained, because the United Kingdom is at the forefront of digital intelligence. He has therefore issued an invitation to the summit that London is hosting next year. We have the most advanced sector, whether in nanotechnology or green or advanced technology, he was proud. No country should be excluded from these technologies, the prime minister argued, calling for a balance between freedom of creation and liberation, between government control and privacy. 


Explaining the issues of his summit, he warned that one can not ignore a changing force. Today you can hide things from your friends, your parents, your kids and even your doctor, but not from Google. Technologies can be used to monitor every citizen 24 hours a day and tomorrow your refrigerator will be able to decide for you the choice of your menu. A storm will break out, predicted the Prime Minister, and we do not know how to control it. We do not know who will use the resources and algorithms. We do not know if these machines have been programmed to lie to us, especially since, in some cases, digital authoritarianism is already a reality? The question is whether tomorrow we will live in an Orwellian world or in an emancipated world of debate and access to knowledge.


Mr SAAD-EDDINE EL OTHMANI, Head of the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco, began by presenting his country as "a space of encounter and cooperation" between Africa, the Islamic world and the rest of the world, in particular because of its stability in a world in turmoil but also of its policy of openness democracy and its international commitment. Observing that this session of the General Assembly is part of an international context marked by conflict, he said he was convinced of the effectiveness of multilateral action. Indeed, he said, contemporary challenges prevent countries from coping alone. The Chief mentioned among these challenges climate change, sustainable development, migration or even terrorism.



 "All this requires a multilateral approach," insisted the leader, 
Such a system must guarantee Africa the place it deserves as an international player, "said El Othmani, a strong supporter of an African framework for cooperation in the fields of development and the fight against security problems. In this regard, he noted, the Kingdom of Morocco devotes two-thirds of its foreign investment to Africa. The Head of Government also said he was in favor of the African Free Trade Area, seeing the hope of a new horizon for the continent. 


For him, multilateralism requires adapting to different challenges, the first of which is the security threat, including terrorism. He referred to the action taken by the World Forum against Terrorism, which Morocco has been chairing with the Netherlands since 2016. This responsibility, he stressed, is a recognition of the efforts made by the Kingdom in this area, especially through the development of a comprehensive and multidimensional strategy, which encompasses cultural, social, security and religious aspects. On this last point, Morocco has put its experience at the disposal of the friendly states that have asked to benefit from its expertise in the training of imams. 


The second challenge is to tackle the issue of migration through interactions between countries, knowing that no single country can provide a comprehensive response to this issue on its own. Assuring that Morocco proposes a "humane and responsible" policy in this area, Mr. El Othmani recalled that it was on its territory, in Marrakech, that the Global Compact on Migration was ratified in December 2018.



 The third The challenge, he continued, is related to climate change. This is why Morocco is committed to facing threats to the environment, starting with the warming of the climate, as evidenced by its action in the context of the COP22 it has sheltered. The fourth challenge is human and sustainable development, in harmony with the 2030 Agenda, he said, 

The multilateral system we aspire to for the international security symbolized by the United Nations, said Mr. El Othmani. Welcoming the organization's peacekeeping operations on four continents, he noted that Moroccan participation has been manifested in troops sent to the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Central African Republic. He added that as President of the Peace and Security Council of the African Union for the month of September, his country will spare no effort to meet African expectations. He also expressed concern about the lack of horizon in the Palestinian-Israeli peace process. Solidarity with the Palestinian people, Morocco refuses any change in the status of the holy city of Jerusalem, he said. 


In the same vein, the Head of Government assured that his country is trying to find a "serious solution" to the conflict over the "Moroccan Sahara". This issue is part of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Morocco, he said, recalling that each country has the right to protect its territory and its citizens. He reiterated the Kingdom's commitment to the autonomy initiative, which he described as "serious and credible" and which, in his view, is the only solution to "put an end to this artificial conflict". Welcoming the efforts of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to advance the political solution, in accordance with resolution 2468, 



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President Barham Salih said Wednesday that Iraq is on the verge of significant positive developments, while noting that targeting the security of the Gulf and Saudi Arabia is a dangerous development.


Saleh said in a speech to the General Assembly of the United Nations and followed by Alsumaria News, "History will record that the Iraqis were able with their unity and their solid will and the great role of religious authority from the overthrow of the Takfir project of ISIS and ISIS."






He added, "Iraq is on the verge of important positive developments, security, political and economic, there is a positive turn of the shifts, and we must evaluate these positive developments and be based on in the light of the security stability, there is even now" The federal government and the KRG on the basis of the constitution and the role of the UN representative in Baghdad are important in this regard. "


He continued, "The steps of the reconstruction of the areas affected by the war and the return of the displaced people at the beginning, and there is an international role and responsibility in this regard embodied some of its features embodied in the decisions of the Kuwait Conference, which helped us to help us in 2018," ISIL is important, but we must be aware that remnants of the terrorist organization are trying to reorganize, and regional tensions and conflicts in the region are dangerous factors and an environment that allows terrorism.

He pointed out that "the Middle East region suffers from conflicts and wars year after year and we must seriously unite to get out of the era of crises to the stage of recovery," pointing out that "the continuation of the tragedy of the situation to enable the tragedy of the situation to enable the tragedy of the situation to enable us to find a tragic situation in order to enable the tragedy of the situation to continue." To make a lasting political solution. "

He stressed, "The need to make a serious contribution to finding a just and comprehensive solution to the Palestinian issue in accordance with international resolutions, and the solidarity of Iraq with the suffering of the Palestinian people and the legitimate right to the establishment of its independent state on the territory of Israel," The continuation of the war in Yemen is a matter of great concern in light of the security and humanitarian repercussions that cast a shadow over the region and the need to support Yemenis to reach a comprehensive political solution that will restore peace throughout their country. "

The President of the Republic pointed out that "targeting the security of the Gulf and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a serious development, and we are worried in Iraq," We do not need a new war in the region.


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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed on Wednesday the details of Iraq's meeting with the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, the United States, and Jordan.

"Iraq has been invited by the United States of America to provide a summary of its foreign policy towards the Gulf states at the conclusion of the meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council states, the United States and Jordan," the ministry said in a statement received.

She pointed out that "Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim reviewed the Iraqi government's view on the issues and challenges in the region."

She continued, "The minister addressed the efforts of the Iraqi government in closer relations with Egypt and Jordan at the highest levels and to serve the common interests in addition to the countries of the Arab Maghreb, especially Tunisia and Algeria, and that Iraq is working hard to settle the outstanding issues with brotherly countries and neighboring countries, and he stands against the policy Axes. "

Al-Hakim pointed out that "Iraq's priorities are to maintain regional security, international peace, and promote stability in the region, and to develop intra-regional trade between Iraq and the GCC countries, as well as the distinctive relationship between Iraq and its non-Arab neighbors Iran and Turkey."

He stressed that "Iraq is working to improve its relations with its neighbors in the region in accordance with the program of the Prime Minister."




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Kuwait - Mubasher: Kuwaiti Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sabah Khalid Al-Sabah held several meetings and discussions on the sidelines of the 74th session of the United Nations

  Assembly in New York.

The meeting was held at the invitation of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to discuss ways to strengthen and develop close cooperation in all political, security and economic sectors, and the purpose of this cooperation to strengthen the pillars of security and stability and achieve progress and prosperity in the region.

US State Department spokeswoman Morgan Orgos said the meeting focused on strengthening cooperation and meeting regional and international challenges.




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Participants agreed on the importance of regional coordination to address the region's challenges, including multilateral initiatives, such as the International Maritime Security Force and the Middle East Strategic Alliance, emphasizing peace and stability in Syria and Yemen and ensuring a secure and prosperous Iraq, as well as Iran's destabilizing behavior.

The Syrian issue

The Kuwaiti Foreign Minister also participated in another ministerial meeting to discuss the Syrian crisis and its repercussions, at the invitation of the EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy, and Vice-President of the European Commission Federica Mogherini.



During the meeting, they reviewed the international efforts to alleviate the suffering of the brotherly Syrian people and discussed the most successful ways to find a solution to this protracted humanitarian crisis.




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Foreign Minister Sabah Al-Sabah held several talks, most notably a meeting with Senegalese Minister of Foreign Affairs and Senegalese Foreign Minister Madou Ba to discuss ways of boosting bilateral relations in various fields at all levels.




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Trump tells Saleh the need to confront Iran and influence and maintain a market for Americans in Iraq




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US President Donald Trump and Iraqi President Barham Saleh discussed how best to strengthen their countries' strong partnership on issues such as security, trade and energy.

The White House said in a statement Wednesday that during the meeting between the two presidents on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, Trump specifically highlighted "his strong support for the ongoing war against ISIS and all terrorist groups."
Trump stressed the need to protect Iraq's religious minorities and counter Iran's actions and its destabilizing influence.

Trump also expressed US commitment to "Iraqi democracy and the rule of law."

"The two presidents recognized the need for the Iraqi government to do everything in its power to maintain a favorable market for US investors and energy companies seeking to do business in Iraq, which will increase Iraq's economic prosperity and energy independence," the statement said.


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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Iraq participates in the meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council States, the United States, and Jordan

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Iraq was invited by the United States of America to provide a summary of its foreign policy towards the Gulf States at the conclusion of the meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council States, the United States and Jordan.


Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim reviewed the Iraqi government's viewpoint on the issues and challenges in the region, and pointed out that Iraq's priorities are to maintain regional security, international peace, promote stability in the region, and develop intra-regional trade between Iraq and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, as well as the distinctive relationship between Iraq and its non-Arab neighbors Iran and Turkey.


He also discussed the efforts of the Iraqi government in strengthening relations with Egypt and Jordan at the highest level and serving the common interests in addition to the countries of the Maghreb, especially Tunisia and Algeria, and that Iraq is working hard to settle the outstanding issues with brotherly countries and neighboring countries, and that it stands against the policy of interlocutors.


He stressed that Iraq is working to improve relations with its neighbors in the region according to the program of the Prime Minister.





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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Foreign Minister addresses Iraq at the 11th Article 14 Conference on Facilitating the Entry into Force of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty

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Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim addressed Iraq at the Article 11 Conference on Facilitating the Entry into Force of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty.


At the outset of the speech, the Minister expressed Iraq's desire to participate actively in enhancing the role of international conventions and instruments in the field of disarmament and nuclear non-proliferation, and to help develop them in a way that contributes to the maintenance of international peace and security.


He called for the importance of the entry into force of the CTBT, pointing out that my Government reiterates the urgent need for the CTBT to enter into force as soon as possible as a binding international legal instrument.


He welcomed the increase in the number of States ratifying the Treaty, revealing Iraq's efforts to strengthen national capacity-building to serve the implementation of its obligations under the provisions of the Treaty.


He expressed concern that the Israeli entity would not ratify as one of the eight remaining parties to Annex II of the Treaty, arguing that its accession would be a step in support of arrangements for a nuclear-weapon-free zone and other weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East.


Iraq reiterates the importance of a voluntary commitment to a moratorium on nuclear test explosions, he said, adding that it represents an important path to achieving the goals of the treaty.


He also welcomed the bilateral and multilateral efforts to find a peaceful, diplomatic and long-term solution to the nuclear crisis with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.


"We will spare no effort, and we will continue to work with the international community to bring the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty into force to create a world free of nuclear testing for the benefit of present and future generations."



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 Iraq intends to achieve the SDGs in accordance with the National and Global Vision 2030


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The Minister of Planning, Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi, on Thursday, Iraq seeks to strengthen all means of cooperation with the countries of the region in various sectors of regional and international development to serve common interests and enhance the ability of the Iraqi government in achieving the goals of sustainable development in accordance with the vision of 2030 national and global.

According to a statement of his media office, between his media office received a copy of the "Economic News", that "Minister of Planning Dulaimi confirmed during the separate meetings held by the Iraqi delegation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, on Wednesday 25-09-2019 In New York under the chairmanship of His Excellency President Barham Saleh, on the sidelines of the meetings of the General Assembly of the United Nations at its 74th session. "

Dulaimi said, "Iraq seeks to strengthen all means of cooperation with the countries of the region in various sectors of regional and international development to serve common interests and enhance the ability of the Iraqi government to achieve the goals of sustainable development in accordance with the vision of 2030 national and global."

Dulaimi pointed out that "the prospects for joint cooperation and ways to strengthen and develop; and the establishment of joint investment projects contribute to the strengthening of the economy and investment in agricultural and industrial fields, and provide more jobs."



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During his participation in the United Nations Summit on Sustainable Development Goals .. Minister of Planning: We are working in cooperation with the executive and legislative authorities to amend government decisions to achieve the global vision for sustainable development




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Minister of Planning Dr. Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi on Wednesday participated in the UN Summit on Sustainable Development in New York on the sidelines of the 74th UN General Assembly.

Dr. Nouri Al-Dulaimi, during his participation in the UN Summit, the ministry's efforts to amend government decisions to achieve the global vision for sustainable development, stressing cooperation with the relevant authorities in the executive and legislative authorities through the holding of joint meetings during the coming period; to coordinate local and international efforts and direct development strategies and government plans towards One coordination mechanism to achieve the goals of Vision 2030.


Accelerating the Sustainable Development Goals to becoming sustainable and equitable economies, building sustainable food systems, accessing carbon-free energy, developing sustainable urban and peri-urban systems, securing land's natural resources, and advancing progress towards the development goals of governance were discussed at the UN Summit. Economics, finance, individual and group work, science and technology.


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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Foreign Minister meets his Finnish counterpart Pika Haavisto

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[size=34]Foreign Minister meets his Finnish counterpart Pika Haavisto[/size]
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Foreign Minister Mohamed Ali al - Hakim met with Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto on the sidelines of meetings of the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York / 74.


 The session
and discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, and mechanisms of upgrading them to meet the ambition of the two friendly countries, also addressed the research of mutual interest and regional and international issues .

Minister Hakim stressed that Iraq is keen to establish balanced relations based on the exchange of common interests, and to face common challenges.

They also touched on the importance of combating terrorism and extremism to achieve security because it poses an international threat that could spread to other countries.
He called for concerted international efforts to confront this danger in order to achieve development and prosperity for the peoples of the world.





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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Foreign Minister meets Jan Kubi رئيس, former head of UNAMI mission in Iraq

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[size=34]Foreign Minister meets Jan Kubi رئيس, former head of UNAMI mission in Iraq[/size]


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Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim met with Jan Kubic, the former head of the UNAMI mission in Iraq, during which they reviewed the overall security, political and UN support to Iraq.

He stressed the importance of the United Nations to play a more active role in supporting and assisting Iraq in various fields: political, security and humanitarian, pointing out that the United Nations is the international umbrella responsible for protecting and supporting the peoples of the world.

He commended the efforts of UNAMI and its outstanding role in supporting Iraq to meet the challenges it faces.

He pointed out that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs continues to provide all facilities for the success of the work of the United Nations Mission in Iraq, and the use of efforts and energies to provide types of support, and contribute to maintaining security and stability.

He stressed the need for the international community to join efforts to support Iraq in the reconstruction phase.







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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Foreign Minister meets with Mr. Urmas Rinsalo, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia

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[size=34]Foreign Minister meets with Mr. Urmas Rinsalo, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia[/size]


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Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim met with Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Rinsalo on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York / 74th session
. Which can provide development opportunities in both countries.

They also discussed regional and international issues, and agreed on the importance of coordination in international forums;



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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Foreign Minister meets his Cypriot counterpart Neox Christodoulides

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Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim met with Cypriot Foreign Minister Neox Christodoulides on the sidelines of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly in New York.

Minister Hakim stressed the need to expedite the process of nominating the ambassador of Iraq to the Republic of Cyprus, calling for the convening of the four-party meeting of foreign ministers: Iraq, Jordan, Greece and Cyprus; Hakim pointed to the importance of the World Conference on Reconstruction and Development in Iraq scheduled to be held in Nicosia on 6-12 / 12/2019.

In the framework of strengthening relations between the two countries, the Minister stressed the activation of mutual visits at the high level, and called on investment companies to work in Iraq, especially as it represents a fertile investment environment, especially in the field of reconstruction, housing, and infrastructure, Or a memorandum of understanding.





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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Foreign Minister Ignacio Cassis meets Foreign Minister of Switzerland

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Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim met with Switzerland's Foreign Minister Ignacio Cassis on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly / 74th session
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He thanked the government and the Swiss people for the support provided to Iraq during the war on ISIS terrorist gangs.

They also discussed issues of mutual interest, bilateral coordination and working to find positive and constructive solutions that would help the region avoid further crises.





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Saudi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Assaf and Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi, including Jordan's ambassador to the United States, Dina Kawar during a meeting with Pompeo the day before yesterday (Reuters)










New York: Heba al-Qudsi

NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York witnessed a closed-door meeting of foreign ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Iraq and Jordan with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who stressed the need for Gulf unity in the face of challenges facing the region and how to achieve better levels of security for the region.



Following the meeting, Pompeo tweeted, stressing the importance of the unity of the Gulf Cooperation Council to achieve prosperity, stability and security in the region. He explained that his talks with the foreign ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, Iraq and Jordan discussed ways to achieve stability and security in Syria, Yemen and Iraq and to confront the "malicious activities" of Iran in the region. Pompeo thanked his Arab counterparts for their "partnership with the United States," Morgan Ortagos, a State Department spokeswoman, said. Also known as the Arab NATO. Pompeo praised, according to Ortagos, "the regional defeat of ISIS in Iraq and Syria, but warned that the organization remains a threat ... and caution is necessary."

The two countries discussed "the growing challenges posed by Russia and China to the stability and security of the region," the State Department said. The Gulf Cooperation Council and the United States stressed the need to face Iran's destabilizing behavior in the region ».

“Secretary Pompeo and his counterparts have had fruitful discussions on the strategic Middle East alliance based on the GCC, an alliance aimed at promoting prosperity, security and stability in the region.”



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Here is the link with the UN meeting, irak will testify in the end, good day to all !!



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[Morning Session] World leaders gather for UNGA General Debate - Day 4 | 2019




Broadcast launched 3 hours ago









Fourth day of high-level General Debate, at the 74th session of the UN General Assembly.

Speakers:
Ilir Meta, President, Republic of Albania
Carl Greenidge, Vice-President, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Co-operative Republic of Guyana
Taban Deng Gai, First Vice-President, Republic of South Sudan
Boyko Borissov, Prime Minister, Republic of Bulgaria
Sailele Malielegaoi, Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Independent State of Samoa
Lars Løkke Rasmussen, Prime Minister, Denmark
Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas, Prime Minister, Republic of Vanuatu
Allen Michael Chastanet, Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Growth, Job Creation, External Affairs and the Public Service, Saint Lucia
Mahathir bin Mohamad, Prime Minister, Malaysia
Antoni Martí Petit, Head of Government, Principality of Andorra
Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, Prime Minister, Republic of Fiji
Duško Markovic, Prime Minister, Montenegro
Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, Prime Minister, Minister for Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, and Minister for Finance and Economic Development, Republic of Mauritius
Alexis Tsipras, Prime Minister, Hellenic Republic
Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister, Kingdom of Cambodia
China
Russian Federation
Germany
Tunisia

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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Saleh: Iraq is going through a phase of change based on economic recovery

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[size=35]Saleh: Iraq is going through a phase of change based on economic recovery[/size]


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President Barham Saleh said Friday that Iraq is undergoing a phase of change based on economic recovery and building bridges of cooperation with all countries in the region and the world.


Saleh said during an interview with a group of prominent researchers and experts on Iraq in the Council on Foreign Relations, on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, that "economic integration in the region reduces the chances of the return of terrorism again," noting that "building economic relations is the best solution to build relations "It is a political policy that serves our peoples, achieves national interests and consolidates regional and international stability and security."





 
"The Iraqis have won big victories against terrorism, and they want to preserve them," he said. "The victory was real but incomplete and requires international support to promote stability in the region."
 
He expressed the hope that "Iraq will become a meeting point for neighboring countries and the world away from conflicts."



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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Hakim calls on his Iranian counterpart to seek calm and not to aggravate the situation

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[rtl]Hakim calls on his Iranian counterpart to seek calm and not to aggravate the situation[/rtl]


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[rtl]Baghdad / Al-Ghad Press:[/rtl]


[rtl]Foreign Minister Mohammad Ali al-Hakim discussed with his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif on the sidelines of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly the developments in the region and the impact of the crises of some countries on the region.[/rtl]

 



[rtl]According to a statement issued by the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Al-Ghad Press received a copy of it.[/rtl]


[rtl]The minister called for the need to seek calm, not to aggravate the situation in the region, and exchanged views on the role of the international community in the development of peaceful solutions, and to help countries ravaged by crises, according to the statement.[/rtl]















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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met in New York on Friday on the sidelines of the 74th UN General Assembly.
During his talks with his counterparts from Syria, Iraq, the Netherlands, Finland, Armenia and Nicaragua, Zarif discussed bilateral relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and these countries.
They also discussed the nuclear agreement, Syria, Yemen and other regional issues.
Talks with his Nicaraguan counterpart dealt with bilateral relations, illegal US embargoes, the Iranian peace initiative and the US-led crises in Latin America.
Iran's foreign minister also took part in a meeting of foreign ministers of the Organization of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) on Friday.
Zarif has been in New York since last Friday, where he and President Rouhani attended the UN General Assembly, attended meetings with presidents and senior officials of other countries. is over/6



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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Iraq, Netherlands co-chair ministerial meeting on accountability for ISIS atrocities

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[size=34]Iraq, Netherlands co-chair ministerial meeting on accountability for ISIS atrocities[/size]


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Iraq, represented by Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim, in cooperation with the Netherlands, held a ministerial meeting attended by a large number of UN member states, relevant UN agencies, and a number of human rights activists.

The meeting focused on a number of issues that are part of countering terrorism and mitigating its repercussions, especially the Islamic State terrorist organization. Efforts between judicial authorities in Iraq and European countries and other countries in the region to ensure justice and legislation to prosecute terrorists.

This came in the context of the UN General Assembly / 74th session in New York.

The meeting also discussed the need for post-ISIS reconstruction, support for victims of ISIS crimes, the importance of cooperating with the United Nations and friendly countries for reconstruction in liberated areas and assisting local people in building community bonds to ensure the sustainability of peace.







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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Foreign Minister meets his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif

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[size=34]Foreign Minister meets his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif[/size]


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He met with Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al - Hakim with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations / 74. The session

was during the meeting discussed ways of strengthening the fraternal relations between the two countries and developing them to serve the interests of the two neighboring peoples, as discussed developments in the region, and a reflection of the crises Some countries suffer over the entire region.

The minister called for the need to seek calm and not to aggravate the situation in the region, and they exchanged views on the role of the international community in the development of peaceful solutions, and help the countries ravaged by crises.



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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Foreign Minister meets High Representative of the Secretary-General of the Alliance of Civilizations Miguel Angel Moratinos

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Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim met with the High Representative of the Secretary-General of the Alliance of Civilizations Miguel Angel Moratinos on the sidelines of the 74th UN General Assembly in New York.

The Minister called for initiatives to build human solidarity among diverse societies to confront violence and discrimination and to address hate speech, pointing to the need to promote intercultural dialogue and human dignity.

Usually, the Alliance of Civilizations is an important and inclusive platform through which people can acquaint themselves and exchange intellectual and cultural products.





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Holding an Iraqi-Jordanian-Egyptian tripartite summit in America Empty Foreign Minister Meets with UN Secretary-General's Advisor on Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict Pramila Patten

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Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim met with the UN Secretary-General's Special Adviser on Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict, Ms. Pramila Patten, on the sidelines of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly in New York.

The meeting reviewed the efforts exerted by international organizations in supporting Iraq in various fields.

Minister al-Hakim stressed that ISIS terrorist gangs committed the most heinous crimes against humanity and violated the sanctity of women.

He pointed out that more efforts are needed to protect and support victims of crimes of sexual violence, expressing Iraq's readiness to frame joint cooperation with the office of the representative to work to empower Iraqi women and protect them from all manifestations of violence.





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