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Key Points Of Chakwera’s UNGA Address

By Suleman Chitera Sep23,2022
  • Let there be equality among UN member states if the body is to realise the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which emphasises that no one must be left behind
  • Climate change, security issues, food shortage, and ailing global economies need a collective effort
  • Africa needs two permanent seats in the UN Security Council with veto power

-Debt cancellation should be considered in debt-ridden countries

  • Countries affected by natural disasters should be supported with no strings attached
  • Time for rhetoric and mere publicity stunts is over, the world needs urgent and sustainable solutions to the mixture of challenges at hand
  • Leaders should work on agreed indicators and the progress thereof, should be measured in the next sitting of UNGA.
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