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After Days Focused on Russia’s War on Ukraine, Other Concerns Emerge at the UN

There are some long-lasting ones that have a global reach that have recently gone from public attention. Israel’s prime minister called for the establishment of a Palestinian state in a speech on 22 September that focused on that conflict.

There are some long-lasting ones that have a global reach that have recently gone from public attention. Israel’s prime minister called for the establishment of a Palestinian state in a speech on 22 September that focused on that conflict.

after three days, in which war in ukraine Consuming world leaders at the United Nations, other conflicts and concerns have begun to emerge.

There are some long-lasting ones that have a global reach that have recently gone from public attention. Israel’s prime minister called for the establishment of a Palestinian state in a speech on 22 September that focused on that conflict. The Palestinian President speaks on 23 September.

UN chief warns global leaders: The world is in ‘big crisis’

There are other regional conflicts that have erupted. Armenia’s prime minister warned that “The risk of a new invasion by Azerbaijan” After the largest outbreak of hostilities between the two adversaries in nearly two years, “much more” remains. in former Soviet countries Nagorno-Karabakhi conflictWhich is part of Azerbaijan but has been under the control of ethnic Armenian forces supported by Armenia since the separatist war that ended in 1994.

Meanwhile, the leaders of Iraq and Pakistan will take to the stage on Friday. Both countries are important to the geopolitical world order but have received less global attention in recent years.

The annual assembly of leaders at the United Nations General Assembly provides an opportunity for each country to express its concerns and express its hopes. So far this year’s meeting has focused a lot Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the ensuing warAs countries lament how the conflict has changed the geopolitical order, repeatedly increased the threat of nuclear disaster and exacerbated the food and energy crisis.

Russia and Ukraine faced off on Thursday at a Security Council meeting – an extraordinary if brief encounter during which the top diplomats of the nations at war were in the same room repeatedly and exchanging accusations, albeit one – not directly from the other.

I am in the meeting United States Called on other countries to stop making nuclear threats to Russia and end its “fear” of war. Moscow reiterated its persistent claims that Kyiv has long oppressed Russian speakers in Ukraine’s east – an explanation offered by Vladimir Putin’s government for the invasion.

The Security Council meeting came a day after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke to the assembled leaders via video, insisting his military would win the war and calling for stronger UN action. The General Assembly allowed Mr. Zelensky to leave his wartime nation so that he could appear from afar – a decision Russia opposed.

Meanwhile, in the assembly hall, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid delivered a speech focused on the Palestinians.

The speech, ahead of the November 1 elections, appears to be part of an effort by Mr Lapid to portray himself – both to voters and global leaders – as a politician and a moderate alternative to his main rival, radical former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. In form of.

“A pact with the Palestinians, Based on two states for two peopleThe right thing to do for Israel’s security, for Israel’s economy and for the future of our children,” Mr Lapid said.

But he lacked details, and there is virtually no chance Mr Lapid, who has long supported the two-state solution, will get a chance to move forward with his approach. Israel’s parliament is dominated by parties opposed to Palestinian independence, and opinion polls predict a similar result after the upcoming elections.

The Palestinians sought the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip – territories occupied by Israel in 1967 – for an independent state, a position that has widespread international support.

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