(MENAFN)New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced in the UN General Assembly speech and advised “making trade more open and inclusive” as poverty and inequality cause disagreement and unsteadiness.
Prime Minister informed current 76th meeting of the world body by video link “The coronavirus disrupted global supply chains while at the same time it illustrated the importance of open trade to protecting the health of people and lifting them out of poverty and hunger.”
Ardern added the worldwide society have to “commit to ensuring the flow of essential goods and services, and reject any temptation to turn inwards and focus on protectionism.”
In line with the two-time leader “Humanitarian crises have worsened. We are seeing this in Afghanistan and there are many more. As an international community we must rise to the challenge of meeting the growing humanitarian need. But we also have to intensify our efforts to prevent conflict and build peace.”
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