Ki-moon, the United Nations renews its commitment to achieving a better future for the peoples of the
BAGHDAD / Baghdadi News / ... new Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations commitment to a better future for people and meet the challenges, and while noting that the United Nations remains a beacon for all mankind, he stressed that the international organization defending human rights, regardless of race or religion.
Quoted the UN mission in Iraq, in a statement received / Baghdadi News / copy of it, for Ki-moon in his speech yesterday to mark the seventieth anniversary of the founding of the United Nations, saying: "In all countries of the world, waving national flags to demonstrate the pride and national pride, but there is a note one we all belong, it is that the Blue Flag, the United Nations flag, which to me like the banner of hope and I was growing up in Korea in time of war. "
"Today, has gone through seven decades of existence, the United Nations remains a beacon for all mankind, and with the rising of all Sobh, the United Nations provides food to the hungry, provide shelter for those who kept away from their homes."
He continued, "Every day, the United Nations vaccinate children so as not left behind death from preventable diseases, and defends the United Nations for human rights for all, regardless of race, religion, or nationality, or gender, or sexual orientation."
Ki-moon pointed out that "the peacekeepers of the United Nations deployed on the front lines of the conflict, and the intermediaries and collecting the belligerents to the peace tables, and challenges the relief workers the most difficult conditions to deliver their aid contribution to saving lives."
He noted, "The United Nations is working for one human family strong seven billion people, and provide reasons for our planet care, land, only our home, that is the task undertaken by the United Nations personnel who are characterized by diversity and talent, and who help to make the principles of the Charter a reality." .
And went Ki-moon, said that "the seventieth anniversary is a moment of recognition of their dedication to their work, and to honor the many people who have made the ultimate sacrifice, and sacrificed their lives for the redemption of duty, is that no country or organization they can meet these challenges individually."
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, that "eternal values enshrined in the Charter our guide remain Hadina, common Our duty is to unite our strength to serve our people, and to mark the anniversary, should shine all the monuments and buildings all over the world and the United Nations-colored blue."
He concluded his speech Ki-moon said, "As we highlight this annual milestone anniversary, let us reaffirm our commitment to a better and brighter future for all" .anthy 21 / b
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