UN urged to upgrade to version 4.0

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UN urged to upgrade to version 4.0

Video message from Argentine President Alberto Fernandez

Argentine President Alberto Fernandez spoke about the need to modernize the UN to version 4.0. He stated this in a video message at the General Assembly of the World Organization, RIA Novosti reports.

According to him, the world needs a “United Nations 4.0 with pure core values in order to accommodate the enormous technological changes taking place now, to make them more human, more democratic and more socially inclusive.” Fernandez explained that it is necessary “to increase the UN's ability to fulfill the mandate for which it was created”

On the eve of German Chancellor Angela Merkel also called for reforming the UN for further development. In particular, she noted that too often the UN Security Council is “blocked” when it is necessary to make important decisions. “The UN must develop further in order to be able to respond to the global challenges of the 21st century,” she concluded.

The 75th session of the UN General Assembly opened on September 15 in New York. In connection with the coronavirus pandemic, its participants could not meet in person, but recorded a video message from their countries.

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