Seventy-five years ago, amid the rubble and ruin of the Second World War, world leaders did the audacious.
Many previous attempts to secure peace and progress through international cooperation had collapsed. Yet they dared to try again. And they succeeded.
The drafters of our founding Charter placed new faith in shared values, collective security and the rule of law.
At its birth, the United Nations was a symbol of global unity. Today it is the epicenter.
Our mission is more important than ever.