The Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres, stressed on Friday that peace and unity were “more necessary than ever” if 75 years had passed since the end of the Second World War in Europe with the surrender of the Nazis.
Guterres has warned that the aftermath of the conflict continues to this day and reminded the victims of the victims who lost their lives in the conflict and gave birth to the United Nations.
He emphasized that the victory over fascism and tyranny in May 1945 marked the “beginning of a new era”, although he insisted that “we must never forget the Holocaust or the other serious and terrible crimes committed by the United States” Nazis. “
The United Nations’ maximum representative has said in this connection that the Covid-19 pandemic can only be defeated by a community that works in “close cooperation”, despite warning that “new attempts to create divisions and the to sow “I hate it. “