According to Portuguese diplomats, this was a challenging time for the world after World War II.
The Portuguese diplomat lamented that the epidemic had increased inequalities around the world, plunged millions of people into poverty and ruined decades of progress in various areas of development.
On the other hand, Guterres praised the work of Turkish diplomat Volkan Boskir, who heads the largest United Nations body, and welcomed the future chairman of the 76th General Assembly of the Maldivian Foreign Minister Abdullah Shahid.
As Shahid said shortly before the meeting, thousands of people around the planet need hope in a stressful environment like the Govt-19 epidemic. In his view, the Assembly, as the most representative body of the United Nations, which unites all member states, enjoys an excellent position to provide that confidence.
Meanwhile, the outgoing leader of the legislature, the 75th session of the organization, demonstrated how in a difficult year, passed in the midst of the epidemic, which changed all working movements.
Poskir also stressed the importance of tackling global challenges together, as the United Nations seeks to promote diversity and cooperation.
The Turkish diplomat said there was still a long way to go on the path to recovery from the Kovit-19 epidemic, but it was an opportunity to do things in a better way.
From September 20 to 28, the High Level Section of the Seventy-sixth Session of the General Assembly will convene, and this meeting will mark the second time due to the health crisis.
Although the event was largely due to restrictions imposed by the previous year’s epidemic, more than 100 heads of state are expected to attend the event at UN headquarters in New York under strict health regulations. Use of masks.
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