Category: World Leaders

UN Security Council urged to strengthen multilateralism, to tackle serious global challenges.

According UN news the United Nations Security Counsil urged to strengthen mulilateralism to overcome our global challenges.

Various speakers addressed the UN security counsil for better cooperation between countries by strengthening multilateralism.

The UN Security Council met yesterday on Cooperation between the UN and the European Union in maintaining international peace and security.

UN headquarters in Manhattan, NYC

Multilateralism is when at least three governments participate in a particular issue or to try to solve a problem. 

Multilateralism is an example of cooperation among world governments and used in contrast with unilateralism.

Unilateralism is when a state acts without regard to the support or interests of other states.

The world government movement strongly support the United Nations security counsil in this matter.

We believe strengthening multilateralism will lead to improvement of the relationships between world leaders and countries.

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Joe Biden expected to improve foreign relationships at G7 summit in the UK.

On Joe Biden his first trip abroad during the corona pandemic to the United Kingdom the president of the USA is trying to improve foreign relationships.

After a meeting with Boris Johnson, Joe Biden will attend the G7 summit in Cornwall from Friday to Sunday.

The G7 countries: the USA, Great-Brittain, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Canada meet tonight in the United Kingdom.

G7 summit in the UK

The World Government Movement hopes and prays the G7 summit will indeed improve the international relationships between the world leaders attending the G7 summit.

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The United Nations security counsil recommends Antonio Guterres for a second term.

The UN Security Council on Tuesday recommended to General Assembly the appointment of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for second term, according to council president. 

The recommendation, made in a resolution adopted by acclamation in a private meeting, now goes to the 193-member UN General Assembly for formal approval.

United Nations security counsil

In a statement, Mr. Guterres said it was “a great honour” to be selected, and thanked ambassadors serving on the Security Council for placing their trust in him. “My gratitude also extends to Portugal, for having nominated me again”, he added.

Now the United Nations General Assembly has to vote whether Antonio Guterres remains in office as secretary general of the UN.

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Trump Suspended From Facebook And Instagram For 2 Years

Facebook has extended former President Donald Trump’s suspension for two years, and says it will only reinstate him “if the risk to public safety has receded.”

The decision comes after Facebook’s Oversight Board told the company it was wrong to impose an indefinite ban on Trump after the Jan. 6 2020 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

Facebook says it is setting new rules “to be applied in exceptional cases such as this.” Trump has received the maximum penalty under those rules.

His Facebook and Instagram accounts will be suspended until at least Jan. 7, 2023.

Trump Suspended From Facebook And Instagram For 2 Years

“We will evaluate external factors, including instances of violence, restrictions on peaceful assembly and other markers of civil unrest,” the company said in a blog post. “If we determine that there is still a serious risk to public safety, we will extend the restriction for a set period of time and continue to re-evaluate until that risk has receded.”

If Trump is allowed back on the service, there will be a strict set of rapidly escalating sanctions that will be triggered if Trump further violates the company’s content moderation rules, Facebook said.

This two-year suspension will prevent Trump from using Facebook or Instagram to broadcast to his followers until after the 2022 U.S. mid-term elections.

A spokesman for Trump did not respond to a request for comment.

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WHO, IMF, WTO and the World Bank Group have a 50 billion dollar plan to end pandemic

Governments are being urged to finance a new $50 billion roadmap to end the COVID-19 pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Trade Organization (WTO) and the World Bank Group.

They warned that unless governments act now, continued waves of infections and outbreaks, as well as more transmissible and deadly virus variants, could threaten recovery. 

50 billion dollar plan to end pandemic

The $50 billion investment is required for two crucial reasons:

The funding will increase manufacturing, supply, trade and delivery that would accelerate equitable distribution of the tools to diagnose and treat COVID-19, such as vaccines, oxygen and medical supplies, while also promoting economic growth around the world.   

 “This new roadmap reflects the need to enhance countries’ readiness and capacity systems to utilize these tools rapidly, safely and effectively”, said WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, speaking at media briefing later on Tuesday.

The joint plan was announced as WHO approved another COVID-19 vaccine for rollout. 

The world government movement has hope that this 50 billion dollar plan will work out for everyone on Earth.

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WHO Director-General Tedros urged all countries to support a pandemic treaty

World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus urged all countries on Monday to support a pandemic preparedness treaty.

He warned that it would be a “monumental error” to think the danger of COVID-19 has passed.

Tedros said that a potential international treaty will be discussed in a special session of WHO members in November.

Tedros urged all WHO Member States to commit to vaccinating at least 10 percent of the global population by the end of September and at least 30 percent by the end of the year.

World Health Organization

Tedros also stressed that the United Nations agency needed more funding for the technical support and guidance that the agency provided to countries.

“An international agreement of any kind must be designed and owned by all Member States,” said Tedros.

Countries  “can only truly keep their own people safe if they are accountable to each other at the global level”, Tedros said.

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesu

Globally, as of 30 May 2021, there have been 169,597,415 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported to WHO, including 3,530,582 deaths. As of 27 May 2021, a total of 1,546,316,352 vaccine doses have been administered.

Tedros: “It must be truly representative and inclusive, it must be thorough and carefully considered, but it must also be urgent because we don’t have time.”

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World Leaders outraged for ‘hijacking’ plane to arrest activist ordered by Belarus President

The world leaders react outraged for ‘hijacking’ Ryanair plane ordered by the Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko to arrest opposition activist.

The airplane, on a flight from Athens to the Lithuanian capital Vilnius, was in Belarus airspace, when it was intercepted and forced to land in its capital Minsk.

Roman Protasevich (age 26) journalist and passenger on the flight, was arrested.

Roman Protasevich is accused of “extremism” in Belarus, of organising riots and inciting hatred.

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko

The United Nations civil aviation agency said: the forced landing “could be in contravention of the Chicago Convention”, a treaty that protects nations’ airspace sovereignty.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said he is closely monitoring the situation and detention of the 26 years old journalist Roman Protasevich.

The world government movement believes it is not good for the relationship between Russia and the West.

We would love to see the world more unite instead of more division, and we pray the situation will not escalate but improve.

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