Venezuela ratified this Thursday in the United Nations (UN) its commitment to multilateralism and Peace Diplomacy, with the firm purpose of putting an end to isolationism and exclusion in the face of the new challenges facing humanity.
The information was released by the Deputy Ambassador of Venezuela to the UN, Joaquín Pérez, who through his account on the social network Twitter, highlighted that to end isolation and exclusion everyone’s work is needed.
«The UN is not a club of friends with ideological affinities. The postulates of your Charter must continue to be the common framework to achieve a better world »», he stressed.
«We need more multilateralism and diplomacy. Isolationism and exclusion must end: everyone’s contribution is essential. The UN is not a club of friends with ideological affinities. The postulates of his Charter must continue to be the common framework to achieve a better world », he published on the social network.
The Deputy Ambassador of Venezuela to the UN, Joaquín Pérez, participated in the open debate of the United Nations Security Council on a New Orientation for a Reformed Multilateralism, reported the Twitter account of the Venezuelan Mission at the UN.
Consensus will overcome crisis
During his participation in the debate, Pérez emphasized that a “truly effective, representative, inclusive and participatory multilateralism is necessary, which allows us together to forge the necessary consensus to overcome the ongoing multifaceted crisis.”
Likewise, he called for an end to exceptionalist claims and unilateral approaches, to do so, “a crisis of trust, leadership and values must be faced, which erodes multilateralism and threatens the very survival of the human species.”
For Vice Minister Pérez, we must go towards strengthening the democratization of international relations, to achieve a more peaceful and prosperous world. We recognize that to move forward it is necessary to correct the imbalances in the global financial architecture.
“The UN is called upon to provide greater legitimacy and jointly address, on the basis of dialogue and mutual respect, these pressing challenges and threats,” he added.
Venezuela reaffirms its commitment to “revitalize the role of the United Nations before humanity. It is up to us to preserve the postulates of the UN and seek peace and compliance with the Human Rights of the peoples and that the UN continues to be a beacon of light for everyone. We remain committed to working in that direction to make the UN fit for today’s world.”
The open debate of the United Nations Security Council on a New Orientation for a Reformed Multilateralism was chaired by the Foreign Minister of India, Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, and was attended by the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres.