Wed. Jul 24th, 2024

On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, the UN Security Council will organize a series of sessions dealing with the current situations in Sudan, Ukraine and Libya.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, the Council will witness a general briefing and closed consultations on Sudan, and members are expected to hear reports from the Personal Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ramtane Lamamra, and the Director of the Operations and Support Division in the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Edem Wosorno, in addition to a representative of civil society.

An open briefing on Ukraine will be held on the same day at the request of Slovenia and the United States, and is expected to be delivered by Rosemary DiCarlo, UN Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs.

The Council will continue its agenda on Wednesday with an open briefing by Stephanie Khoury, Deputy Special Representative and Political Officer in Charge of the UN Mission, followed by closed consultations on Libya, where reports will be presented on the efforts of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya.

In another context, Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council, emphasized the importance of BRICS countries’ commitment to defending the fundamental principles of international law during the international forum “Global Majority for a Multipolar World” in Vladivostok. He highlighted the need to resist any attempts to impose an unclear global order.

Medvedev added that there is great importance in confronting efforts aimed at reinterpreting the basic principles to serve special interests, calling for strengthening cooperation among the “BRICS” countries to ensure the maintenance of a balanced and just international system.

The international forum, called by the “United Russia Party”, will be held in Vladivostok from June 17 to 18, with the participation of delegations from multiple countries including Azerbaijan, Belarus, Venezuela, Indonesia, Cambodia, China, Cuba, Laos, Tajikistan, Thailand, and Ethiopia.

The Sudanese army declares its intention to continue military operations (video)

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