(MENAFN) Pointing out the high status of nations like Turkey, Japan, Brazil, as well as India in a "multi-polar world," the Turkish foreign minister on Monday highlighted that the ongoing global system is unsuccessful to find solutions to current difficulties.
"The revival of Asia has changed the global balance. Pandemics, climate change, migration, terrorism, and energy and food crises are the common problems of humanity. Unfortunately, the current international system fails to respond to these," Mevlut Cavusoglu informed a news meeting at the Japan National Press Club in the capital Tokyo.
The ongoing system opens path for rivalry instead of unity, Cavusoglu underlined, and stated that such competition was obvious throughout the COVID-19 epidemic, in addition to in the migration problem.
He stated that "In such eras, global actors need to assume common sense, dialogue, and diplomacy," the official went further on that Turkey follows such foreign policy actively.
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