United Nations appeals to China and America – keep climate protection out of conflicts

United Nations appeals to China and America - keep climate protection out of conflicts
Antonio Guterres

The UN Secretary-General seeks to improve international cooperation.


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New York UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appealed to the US and China not to put climate protection at risk through differing opinions. “We understand that there are problems in US-China relations, but these problems do not conflict with the need for both the US and China to do everything possible to make the United Nations Climate Change Conference a success.” Guterres told reporters on Friday. . The United Nations Climate Conference will begin next month in Glasgow, Scotland.

On Thursday, US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke on the phone about climate protection. Later, Xi declared that success in climate protection was possible, but the “main concerns” of both sides had to be respected. The US has been arguing with China for years over trade interests and spheres of influence. In addition, the US has imposed sanctions on Chinese companies and accused the People’s Republic of human rights violations.

Guterres also presented proposals to improve UN and international cooperation. Presenting the “Our Common Agenda” report on Friday, Guterres said, “Our world is approaching a new, unusual situation: more chaotic, unsafe and dangerous for all of us.” “We are headed in the wrong direction and we are at a critical moment. The decisions we are making now can set us on a path of breakdown and permanent crisis, or toward success and a greener, safer world. can take. “

In the report, Guterres proposes, among other things, a Global Future Summit in two years’ time that should discuss topics such as climate protection and peacebuilding. In addition, the United Nations must have a new response system to crises, as well as a special representative that takes into account the interests of future generations.

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