Erdogan: The Security Council is no longer a guarantor of global security and has become an arena for the clash of 5 countries Erdogan: The Security Council is no longer a guarantor of global security and has become an arena for the clash of 5 countries

Erdogan: The Security Council is no longer a guarantor of global security and has become an arena for the clash of 5 countries

Erdogan: The Security Council is no longer a guarantor of global security and has become an arena for the clash of 5 countries

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan affirmed, in a speech he delivered during his participation in the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, that the UN Security Council “is no longer a guarantee of global security and has become a collision arena for the political strategies of the five permanent members.”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the UN Security Council "is no longer a guarantee of global security and has become a collision arena for the political strategies of the five permanent members."

He added, in a speech he delivered during his participation in the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, that "we must build a structure for a global administration capable of representing all races, beliefs and cultures in the world."

The Turkish President continued: “With regard to the future of the world, and compared to our speech here last year, unfortunately, we cannot paint a more optimistic picture.”

He pointed out that the world is facing more complex and dangerous challenges, saying: “The south, east, north, and west of our country, there are many clashes, wars, humanitarian crises, political tensions, and social tensions, and with the global economic problems, confronting these challenges will become more difficult with the passage of time.”

He explained, “Our call to establish an international order for the benefit of all humanity, through our call that (the world is bigger than five) is receiving increasing resonance. We agree with the recent statement made by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Guterres, that the institutions established after World War II do not reflectq "Today's world."

Erdogan continued: “As a country that has been a pioneer in many initiatives aimed at promoting peace and stability, we pay attention to Mr. Guterres’ call to develop a new plan for peace.”

He added: “Our vision (of Turkey’s centenary), which we began to realize on the centenary of the founding of our republic, is the most clear expression of this congruence. We believe in the possibility of an international system that eliminates global injustice, addresses economic inequality, and achieves peace, security, stability, prosperity, that is effective, comprehensive, and embraces humanity, that is, the possibility A more just world."

Regarding the environment, the Turkish President said: “I call on, from this platform, all countries, international institutions and civil society organizations to support the (zero waste) movement.” He added: "We cannot pass on to our children a world full of pollution and depleted natural resources as a result of unconscious consumption."

He explained that natural disasters related to climate change "have become part of the daily life of people living in any part of the world."

Regarding relations with the European Union, he stressed the need to put them “on sound ground at this particular time in light of the increasingly complex regional and international challenges.”

He said: "What we expect from the European Union is to assume its responsibilities towards Turkey and end the contradictory positions towards us."

Regarding the African continent, the Turkish President pointed out that the sixtieth anniversary this year of the founding of the African Union “bears symbolism for the continent taking control of its affairs and its progress.” He said that the process that began with the desire for “African solutions to Africa’s problems” has become one of “the most important development projects in the world.”


He added: “With the aim of accompanying Africa on this path, we crowned our relations with the continent with a strategic partnership. We welcome the African Union’s membership in the G20, and we have provided it with strong support.”

Erdogan went on to point out the political, economic, social and security challenges facing the Sahel region, and expressed his hope that Niger, which recently witnessed a military coup, will soon witness a shift towards a constitutional system and democratic rule.

He warned of the danger of military intervention in Niger, which would exacerbate instability in the entire region.



Palestine: 5 martyrs in the West Bank and another in Gaza by bullets from the occupation forces

Five Palestinians were killed by Israeli army gunfire and dozens of others were injured during the storming of Jenin Camp and Aqabat Jabr Camp in the West Bank. The suppression of protests on the Gaza Strip border also resulted in the martyrdom of another young man.

The number of Palestinian martyrs during clashes with the Israeli army in the Jenin camp in the northern West Bank rose to 4, in addition to a fifth martyr in the Aqabat Jabr camp near Jericho, and a sixth Palestinian was martyred in Gaza yesterday evening, Tuesday.

Medical sources said on Wednesday morning that a fifth Palestinian was killed by Israeli army gunfire during the storming of the Aqabat Jabr Palestinian refugee camp near the city of Jericho in the eastern West Bank.

The Palestinian News Agency had previously announced that "the death toll from the Israeli aggression on Jenin camp yesterday, Tuesday, rose to 4 following the death of an injured person as a result of being hit by live bullets."

On Tuesday evening, the Israeli army carried out a major military operation in the Jenin camp that lasted several hours, after which it withdrew after violent confrontations.

According to Voice of Palestine Radio (governmental), “the Israeli army stormed the Jenin camp and sent in military reinforcements.”

She added: "The occupation is sending military reinforcements to the Jenin camp, coinciding with its special forces storming the camp and besieging a house, and occupation army helicopters are flying in the skies of the city."

The radio indicated that "Israeli aircraft bombed the besieged house from the air," and explained that "most of the casualties occurred when an Israeli drone exploded in a gathering of Palestinians inside the camp."

Violent clashes
For its part, the “Jenin Brigade - Military Media” said in a series of telegrams on its Telegram channel that its members discovered an Israeli special force that attempted to infiltrate the Jenin camp.

She added: "Our mujahideen uncovered a special force that tried to infiltrate the camp and showered it with heavy bullets."

It added that its members targeted Israeli forces and vehicles with "heavy bullets and explosive devices, and achieved direct hits."

It added that its members detonated a series of explosive devices in Israeli vehicles and targeted the forces surrounding the house with bullets.

The "Al-Qassam Brigades - Jenin Camp" also announced that its members targeted an Israeli army bulldozer with a highly explosive device, "and they continued to confront the occupation army storming the camp and preventing it from advancing."

Martyr of Gaza
In Gaza, the young man Youssef Salem Youssef Radwan (25 years old) from the town of Bani Suhaila, east of the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, was martyred as a result of being shot in the head during Israeli forces’ suppression of demonstrators on the eastern border of the Strip.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday evening that 11 Palestinians were injured by bullets, and dozens suffered from suffocation from poisonous gas.

Hundreds of Palestinians flocked to the separation fence in Gaza in 3 areas to participate in demonstrations denouncing the settlers’ storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Since the outbreak of the protests, the Israeli army has been deploying its forces and vehicles along the separation fence to disperse the demonstrators.

For more than a year, the Israeli army has been carrying out military operations in the northern West Bank, targeting Palestinians it calls “wanted,” often resulting in Palestinian deaths and injuries.

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