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U.N. Chief: ‘Global Governance' Solution for Problematic 'National Interests'

Antonio Guterres says governments are no longer the only political and power

 on 26th June 2020 @ 11.00pm
 we need an effective multilateralism that can function as an instrument of global governance where it is needed   guterres stated © press
'We need an effective multilateralism that can function as an instrument of global governance where it is needed,' Guterres stated

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the world is need of an overarching level of multilateral governance that can sideline problematic “national interests."

As the world body commemorates the 75th anniversary of the adoption of the U.N. Charter, the founding instrument of the globalist organization, Guterres called for ways to “re-imagine the way nations cooperate.”

“We need a networked multilateralism, bringing together the U.N. system, regional organizations, international financial institutions, and others," he said.

"And we need an inclusive multilateralism, drawing on the indispensable contributions of civil society, business, cities, regions and, in particular, with greater weight given to the voices of youth,” Guterres said during a virtual press conference.

 the problem is that today   s multilateralism lacks scale  ambition  and teeth   guterres said © press
'The problem is that today’s multilateralism lacks scale, ambition, and teeth,' Guterres said

Guterres claimed governments are no longer the only political and power reality in the 21st century.

"We need an effective multilateralism that can function as an instrument of global governance where it is needed," Guterres stated.

“The problem is that today’s multilateralism lacks scale, ambition, and teeth," he added.

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"And some of the instruments that do have teeth, show little or no appetite to bite, as has recently been the case with the difficulties faced by the Security Council,” he said.

guterres remarks come as bill gates blasted america for rejecting globalism amid the coronavirus crisis © press
Guterres remarks come as Bill Gates blasted America for rejecting globalism amid the coronavirus crisis

Guterres then responded to questions on what the questions to what the U.N has achieved over three-quarters of a century.

"At least the Third World War so many people have predicted was avoided," Guterres said.

“We had what many called the ‘long peace’ with many small conflicts, but conflicts in which the big powers did not get involved against each other.”

Guterres remarks come as Bill Gates blasted America for rejecting globalism amid the coronavirus crisis, accusing the US Government of "turning inward" by refusing to cooperate with China and other countries during the pandemic.

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