El Zaghat on United Nations International Day: We need to spread peace and respect for others
Ambassador Ekramy El Zaghat, President of the World Fund for Development and Planning (WFDP) and Special Adviser to the Economic and Social Council at the United Nations, called on peoples to uphold tolerance and spread a culture of peace and coexistence based on respect for others.
In a statement today, Monday, on the occasion of the United Nations International Day,
El Zaghat stressed the need to refer to the United Nations Charter and uphold the values stipulated in the Charter, for a world free of armed conflict, noting that the Charter urged international cooperation in various fields in order to achieve peace and the consolidation of relations between peoples without discrimination or racism because of colour, gender or religion.
The United Nations Special Envoy for Peace and Development in Africa stressed the need to adhere and respect the international pledges and agreements signed in order to spread peace throughout the world and work to end ongoing conflicts, explaining that the United Nations has been working since its inception to establish peace and international cooperation for equal rights for all. And in order to promote the human rights and fundamental freedoms of citizens.