In a surprise, UN Chief opposed the Veto Rights of the 5 permanent members of UN Security Council
ISLAMABAD - The UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has said veto power right to five permanent members of Security Council is against the spirit of equilibrium.
Speaking at a dialogue session in Lahore on Tuesday, he said there is no equality at the international level between the countries and elimination of this inequality is a long process.
The UN chief said he has also talked about human rights protection in occupied Kashmir.
He said food, shelter, and freedom of expression are also basic human rights and youth will have to play an active role for protection and promotion of these rights.
About environmental pollution and climate change, Antonio Guterres said we will have to take decisions to cope with this challenge.
He also underlined the need to equip new generation with modern technologies besides bringing changes in curriculum.