U.N. SG Ban Calls On Leaders To Not Accept ‘Erosion Of Humanity’ During Upcoming World Humanitarian Summit

U.N. News Centre: First-ever World Humanitarian Summit must usher in new era of global solidarity — U.N. chief
“Briefing Member States on preparations for the upcoming World Humanitarian Summit, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon [on Monday] called on heads of state and government to come to the event and deliver a strong message that ‘we will not accept the erosion of humanity which we see in the world today.’ ‘We must not fail the people who need us, when they need us most,’ said the U.N. chief, drawing particular attention to the leader’s segment and the roundtables, that will take place during the 23-24 May summit in Istanbul, Turkey…” (4/4).

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