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UN chief says people are looking to leaders for action and a way out of the current global 'mess'

  • Secretary-General Antonio Guterres emphasized the urgent need for action, stating that the world is facing multiple crises, including the climate emergency, conflicts, technological disruptions, and a global cost-of-living crisis.
  • The absence of key leaders like China's Xi Jinping, Russia's Vladimir Putin, France's Emmanuel Macron, and Britain's Rishi Sunak at the UN summit has sparked concern among developing countries, who want major global players to listen to their demands. The current geopolitical divisions are undermining the capacity to respond effectively.
  • Guterres highlighted the alarming findings of a UN report, stating that only 15% of the specific targets to achieve the 17 global goals by 2030 are on track, and none of the goals are expected to be achieved in the next seven years. This lack of progress puts the goals at risk and emphasizes the urgent need for reforms and global cooperation.
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