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UN Reform – One Of Brazil’s Priorities At G20 Meeting


Israel and Palestine, Russia and Ukraine, armed conflicts in Somalia, Sudan, Nigeria, and Syria. Different parts of the world are seeing a rise in political instability, military spending, and in the number of casualties. As the G20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting approaches on February 21 and 22 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’s priority is to discuss ways of reforming and strengthening the United Nations (UN). During a press conference on Tuesday (Feb. 20), Mauricio Carvalho Lyrio, Brazil’s G20 Sherpa and Secretary for Economic and Financial Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, emphasized the urgent need to restructure global governance and…

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