Yesterday, Tuesday in New York, the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, called for a new international order that achieves equality and cooperation among nations, and expressed his aspiration for a world of security, prosperity and human well-being under the umbrella of the United Nations.
In his speech during the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly, President Tebboune said that Algeria had struggled for about 50 years from the United Nations platform to fix “the deficiencies in the current international system and called for a new international system in which there would be equality among the countries for which it was established.” Organization United Nations.
While expressing his thanks and appreciation to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. António Guterres, the President of the Republic renewed Algeria’s support for his tireless and praiseworthy efforts to strengthen the role of the organization and advance it in a way that responds to the aspirations of the peoples, expressing his aspiration for “a world of security, prosperity and human well-being under the umbrella of the United Nations.”
He affirmed Algeria’s ambition to be rooted in the collective conviction that “dialogue and discussion among us is an urgent demand for which our peoples have fought for a world that includes coexistence, solidarity, cooperation and equality between nations,” focusing on the consequences of conflicts and crises in the world, which have reached an “unprecedented level” of displacement. For millions of people and the transformation of international relations from relations of cooperation and consensus into confrontations and clashes “has put international organizations and institutions to the test at a time when the world is witnessing a pressing, multi-dimensional emergency.”
In the same context, President Tebboune stressed that accelerating international negotiations on Security Council reform according to an integrated and comprehensive approach should be a “priority for the international group,” to reach consensus on real reform that guarantees “more transparent representation.”
In this regard, he stopped at “Algeria’s commitment to the unified African position,” in order to “put an end to the historical injustice that has affected the African continent.”
The President of the Republic also touched on Algeria’s readiness to take its non-permanent seat in the Security Council, stressing its awareness of the responsibility placed on it in view of the challenges facing the international community, adding that it will join the Security Council carrying the hopes of the peoples of the African continent and the Arab region.
He stressed that Algeria will harness its “rich experience in the field of mediation and giving priority to the peaceful settlement of disputes.”
In this regard, the President of the Republic renewed Algeria’s firm position in supporting just causes and supporting oppressed peoples struggling for liberation, especially the Palestinian and Sahrawi issues.
By the way, he called for holding an extraordinary general assembly to grant the State of Palestine full membership in the United Nations General Assembly. He also called on the International Court of Justice to respond to the request of the organization’s General Assembly to issue its advisory opinion on practices that affect human rights in the occupied Palestinian territories, including Al-Quds Al-Sharif. He called on the Security Council By issuing a resolution affirming the protection of the two-state solution.
On the other hand, the President of the Republic affirmed Algeria’s aspiration to reach a final liquidation of the phenomenon of colonialism from the last African colony, as “an entire people in Western Sahara is still deprived of their right to self-determination through a free and fair referendum that is consistent with the UN-African settlement plan adopted by the Security Council.” It was agreed upon by both parties in 1991.”
In the regional context, President Tebboune stressed the efforts made by Algeria to work to find peaceful solutions, give priority to the language of dialogue, and bring together parties to bring positions and viewpoints closer, especially in Libya, Mali, and Niger, in addition to Sudan.
When addressing internal affairs, the President of the Republic highlighted the significant gains achieved by Algeria in the field of achieving sustainable development goals, especially in the sectors of education, health, construction, electricity and water, as well as in promoting and strengthening human rights.
He stressed that Algeria “deeply believes that respecting and promoting human rights is the cornerstone of any credible political system and works to strengthen them by all possible means,” adding that it is a belief that stems from “the Algerian people’s adherence to human rights.”
He referred to the principles enshrined in the 2020 constitutional amendment, which contributed to enhancing rights and freedoms, especially equality between all citizens, both male and female, in rights and duties, to remove obstacles that prevent the effective participation of all.
He reviewed the most important achievements in the field of promoting women’s rights and developing them politically and economically in order to integrate them into positions of responsibility, achieve the principle of parity in the employment market, enhance their role in peace and security, and upgrade their status in various areas of life at the national, continental and international levels.
He also spoke about the state’s efforts to integrate youth as a driving force in sustainable development paths and at all political, economic and cultural levels.
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