Guterres warns of a “winter of anger” and “lean years” in front of the world

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put on guard GuterresIn the opening speech of the seventy-seventh session of the General Assembly for the United Nations in New Yorkthat the world is facing what he described"anger" next winter.

The warning from the UN secretary general comes from a difficult winter, as the prices of gas and other fuels have soared following the conflict in Ukraine.

Guterres said the specter of famine looms over the African region, where millions of people in that region are facing severe food shortages.

Guterres spoke of the world in difficulty, as divisions increase, which prevents solutions to deal with the situation.

World grain supplies have been hit since the start of Russian military operations in Ukraine, which led to an unprecedented rise in food prices, due to declining Ukrainian supplies.

Climate change, in turn, has exacerbated the food crisis in African countries, in light of the succession of dry seasons, widespread fires in forests and cultivated areas and a decline in water resources.

The UN Secretary-General has indicated that the world could face a crisis in the supply of goods over the next year, while the crises of the Crown and Ukraine have disrupted the global economy in recent years.

Guterres warned of humanity’s desire for leaner years, stating that summer, which is currently described as the hottest, may be the coldest in the future, as the situation is not being addressed, as the climate crisis is unfolding. exacerbating over the years.

On the Iranian dossier, Guterres did not seem optimistic about the imminence of a nuclear agreement between Tehran and the major powers, saying that the issue is still far from being reached.

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put on guard GuterresIn the opening speech of the seventy-seventh session of the General Assembly for the United Nations in New Yorkthat the world is facing what he described as a “wave of anger” next winter.

The warning from the UN secretary general comes from a difficult winter, as the prices of gas and other fuels have soared following the conflict in Ukraine.

Guterres said the specter of famine looms over the African region, where millions of people in that region are facing severe food shortages.

Guterres spoke of the world in difficulty, as divisions increase, which prevents solutions to deal with the situation.

World grain supplies have been hit since the start of Russian military operations in Ukraine, which led to an unprecedented rise in food prices, due to declining Ukrainian supplies.

Climate change, in turn, has exacerbated the food crisis in African countries, in light of the succession of dry seasons, widespread fires in forests and cultivated areas and a decline in water resources.

The UN Secretary-General has indicated that the world could face a crisis in the supply of goods over the next year, while the crises of the Crown and Ukraine have disrupted the global economy in recent years.

Guterres warned of humanity’s desire for leaner years, stating that summer, which is currently described as the hottest, may be the coldest in the future, as the situation is not being addressed, as the climate crisis is unfolding. exacerbating over the years.

On the Iranian dossier, Guterres did not seem optimistic about the imminence of a nuclear agreement between Tehran and the major powers, saying that the issue is still far from being reached.

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