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Dacic: U.N. Needed Now More than Ever

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Archive / News | 28.10.19 | access_time 19:49

Ivica Dacic (Foreign Ministry /Ognjen Stevanovic)

Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic assessed on Oct. 28 that now, when the world is in the process of great and rapid changes, the United Nations were needed more than ever before, and that Serbia was a strong advocate of multilateralism and the strengthening of multilateral efficiency.

Speaking at the gathering in Belgrade on the occasion of the 74th anniversary of the U.N., Dacic said that the Sustainable Development Agenda 2030 and the Paris Climate Agreement represented the key steps "in facing some of the greatest challenges of today – global economic instability, growing social inequality and negative effects of the climate change."

The representative of the U.N. Secretary General and the chief of the U.N. Office in Belgrade, Simona Mirela Miculesku, said that, 74 years ago, nations united in order to save future generations from the peril of war and to incite social and economic progress.

The newly appointed U.N. permanent coordinator in Serbia, Francoise Jacob, pointed out that peace, the planet agenda and the reform of the organization were the three priorities of the United Nations.

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