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Turkish President urges UN’s reform

Turkish President urges UN reform

SHAFAQNA- Turkish President at the 77th session of the UN’s General Assembly has urged world leaders at the UN’s headquarters on the need for a peaceful solution to the war on Ukraine, stopping short of providing any tangible steps.

“That may not necessarily be reflective of Turkey’s shortcomings, in so much as it is a fact of where we are right now where no body or country has been able to find practical steps to put an end to this war,” said Al-Jazeera correspondent Jamal Elshayyal.

Erdogan did not limit his speech to the war on Ukraine; he also spoke about other conflicts, most recently the one between Azerbaijan and Armenia, Libya, Iraq, Syria, as well as other challenges facing the world.

Source: aljazeera


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