Pittsburgh: In another proof of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s growing international stature, Mexico has now proposed to the United Nations to set up a committee that will include Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Pope Francis and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to hold permanent talks between the two countries. Will mediate peace. Russia and Ukraine.
The proposal was proposed by Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Luis Ebrard Casabon while attending the UN Security Council debate on Ukraine in New York, during which he lauded PM Modi’s effort and hoped that his mediation would work through. The war may end.
PM Modi, who met Putin on the sidelines of the 22nd Shanghai Cooperation Organization meeting in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, told the Russian leader that “today’s era is not of war”.
The western world, including the United States, France and the United Kingdom, has welcomed PM Modi’s remarks. “By virtue of its pacifist business, Mexico believes that the international community should now channel its best efforts to achieve peace,” Cassaub said.
“In this regard, I would like to share with you the proposal of the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to strengthen the mediation efforts of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres through the formation of a Committee for Dialogue and Peace in Ukraine. If possible, with the participation of other heads of state and government including His Excellency Narendra Modi and His Holiness Pope Francis.”
He said the objective of the committee would be to create new mechanisms for dialogue and a complementary space for mediation to build trust, de-escalate tensions and pave the way for lasting peace.
Casabon said that the Mexican delegation will continue with the necessary consultations with the UN Secretary-General to contribute in generating broad support for the mediation efforts for the Committee, “which we hope will be formed with the support of the UN Member States”. Will go ahead with it. So decide”.
“As the Secretary-General has said, it is time to act and commit to peace. To settle for war is to always go to the precipice,” he said. The Mexican foreign minister argued that peace could only be achieved through dialogue, diplomacy and the creation of effective political channels.
“Indifference is unacceptable, just as it is unacceptable to lament only at the fact that, so far, in the case of the question, the Security Council has not been able to fulfill its essential responsibility,” he said.
“The reasons for this council to fail are well known. It is up to us to fix them. The time is right to consider all the serious, structural reforms needed to make this happen,” Casabon said.