The challenges ahead clearly demand a more inclusive and more networked multilateralism. I have also called for a New Global Deal among countries to ensure that power, benefits and opportunities are shared more broadly and fairly.
Making peace with nature is the defining task of the 21st century. It must be the top, top priority for everyone, everywhere.
This ceasefire agreement is a critical step. But there is much hard work ahead. The United Nations will continue to support the Libyan parties in the search for lasting peace in their country.
COVID-19 is not only a wake-up call, it is a dress rehearsal for the world of challenges to come … The pandemic has taught us that our choices matter. As we look to the future, let us make sure we choose wisely.
The vision and promise of the United Nations is that food, healthcare, water and sanitation, education, decent work and social security are not commodities for sale to those who can afford them, but basic human rights to which we are all entitled. We work to reduce inequality, every day, everywhere.