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António Guterres 9h
It is important that a credible and transparent investigation determine the cause of the explosion in and bring about the accountability demanded by the Lebanese people. Their voices must be heard.
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António Guterres 12h
Lebanon is resilient. Lebanon has immense spirit and will. And Lebanon is not alone. The will stand with Lebanon to help alleviate the immediate suffering and support the recovery.
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António Guterres Aug 8
75 since the last atomic bombing, let us remain committed to ensuring Nagasaki is the last place on Earth to suffer such devastation. The total elimination of nuclear weapons is the only absolute guarantee against their use.
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António Guterres Aug 8
has had a devastating impact on more than 476 million indigenous people around the world. It is critical for countries to respond to their needs, honour their contributions and respect their inalienable rights.
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António Guterres Aug 7
As the world faces unsustainable levels of inequality, we need education – the great equalizer – more than ever. We cannot allow to become a generational catastrophe where human potential is wasted, and inequality is exacerbated.
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António Guterres Aug 6
As the world responds to & recovers from , we have a generational opportunity to reimagine education. We need investment in digital literacy and infrastructure, and an evolution in how we teach and learn.
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António Guterres Aug 6
The is supporting the Gov & people of Lebanon following Tuesday's horrific explosion. Medical supplies are being delivered, search & rescue teams are on the ground & psychological support provided to families. Our hearts remain with .
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António Guterres Aug 6
75 years since the atomic bombings of Hiroshima & Nagasaki, the nuclear menace is growing once again. We must confront this existential threat & pursue a nuclear weapon-free world. We owe this to the victims of the past & future generations.
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António Guterres Aug 5
There is no health without mental health. As we continue fighting together, let's remember to take care of our mental health & support one another.
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António Guterres Aug 5
This Thursday, the world marks the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. May the suffering, stories and resilience of survivors unite us in action to free the world of nuclear weapons.
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António Guterres Aug 5
My deepest condolences to families of victims of the horrific explosions in Beirut, and to the people & Government of Lebanon. I wish all injured, including United Nations personnel, a speedy recovery. The remains committed to supporting Lebanon at this difficult time.
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António Guterres Aug 4
has led to the largest education disruption ever. Once local transmission is under control, getting students back into schools as safely as possible must be a priority. Consultation with parents, care givers, teachers & youth is essential.
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António Guterres Aug 3
Last month, over 1 billion students were affected by school closures. Even before the pandemic, the world was facing a learning crisis. We must take bold steps now, to create inclusive, resilient, quality education systems fit for the future.
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António Guterres Aug 3
Humans may have unlimited needs & wants, but the planet has limited capacity to satisfy them. can be a catalyst for change. We can recover better by shifting our consumption & production patterns towards more sustainable practices.
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António Guterres Aug 2
As the UN turns 75 this year, I want to hear from you about how we can build a better future for all, together. Take our survey and share your ideas. Your voice matters. Now more than ever.
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António Guterres Aug 1
Young people’s mental health should be central in any response plan, with stigma-free services available to every young person. The will continue doing all we can to make sure young people can fulfill their great potential.
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António Guterres Jul 31
Facts can easily get distorted online and lead to harmful or dangerous misinformation. We can all take action now. Pause & take time to verify facts before you share something online.
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António Guterres Jul 30
Eid Mubarak! My warmest wishes to everyone celebrating . May the values of solidarity, unity and compassion of this occasion be an inspiration for all of us around the world.
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António Guterres Jul 29
Thanks to swift & decisive action, Southeast Asia has been spared some of the suffering & upheaval seen elsewhere due to . The remains committed to supporting the region's efforts to achieve the & build a peaceful future for all.
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António Guterres Jul 29
On this Day, I want to thank all first responders around the world protecting victims of this horrific crime, and preventing vulnerable people from being exploited and abused. I commend them and urge everyone to join their cause.
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