On the Ukraine-Russia war, Muraleedharan told the UNSC that if the conflict is not resolved immediately through dialogue and diplomacy, it will have dire consequences and affect food security.
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Union Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan told the UNSC on Thursday that the Russo-Ukraine war has adversely affected developing countries. Along with the food crisis, the economic decline has also been recorded sharply. He called upon the world to work together to deal with all these crises.
Said this on Ukraine-Russia war
Union Minister Muraleedharan was speaking on the topic ‘International Peace and Security: Conflict and Food Security’ at the United Nations Security Council, which was chaired by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. On the Ukraine-Russia war, Muraleedharan said if the conflict is not resolved immediately through dialogue and diplomacy, it will have dire consequences and affect food security.
Muraleedharan presents eight points at UNSC
Muraleedharan said that the world will have to work together to deal with these challenges. No country can handle such complex effects on its own. We need to work collectively and we need to work together. Also, in this context, Union Minister Muraleedharan presented eight points on which the Council had to consider.
kept these things in eight sources
He elaborated on the eight-point resolution that called for a resolution of the Ukraine conflict through dialogue and diplomacy, a constructive response to the emerging food crisis and a sensitive approach to the energy security needs of other countries. Other proposals include providing special support to conflict-ridden countries, refraining from linking humanitarian aid to political processes, and providing aid with food, along with peacebuilding and development initiatives.