“The disregard for human rights must be a wake-up call for all of us,” said UN Secretary-General António Guterres.
he United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres He said today it is becoming clear day by day that they have violated in ukraine and the rest of the world human rights Through executions, torture, enforced disappearances and sexual violence.
“Disrespect for human rights should be a wake-up call for all of us.” 52nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, held in Geneva, In line with the 75th anniversary of our founding universal declaration those who consecrate them
The Portuguese called on nations to revive this instrument and implement the rights granted in it to meet the new challenges of the world.
“Human rights are not luxuries that we can set aside until we find solutions to the rest of the world’s problems. Human rights are the solutions to these problems,” said the UN Secretary-General.
Mr. Guterres referred to the millions of people around the world who have been forced from their homes because of war, violence and human rights violations.
The UN Secretary-General cited religious beliefs, color, ideology, belonging to linguistic, ethnic and cultural minorities, and persecution of people on the basis of sexual orientation and gender as human rights issues.
Guterres also noted growing inequality and fragmentation between societies and warned countries against the misuse of new technologies that could leave a “legacy of misinformation and lies to future generations”. bottom.
On the other hand, he welcomed the progress achieved throughout the 20th century and in the first decades of the 21st century, especially in terms of eradicating poverty, extending life expectancy, and improving people’s literacy.
In this regard, UN leaders highly appreciated the role of the Human Rights Council in this framework and congratulated it on its work. High Commissioner Volker Turk And to the two predecessors in office, Zayd bin Lad Al Hussein and Michelle Bachelet.