King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein of Jordan stressed the need to unite the whole world in the face of the most serious crises before us, calling for the pursuit of a better future that serves common interests and opens up new opportunities for all peoples. In his remarks during the general debate of the United Nations General Assembly at its 77th session, held today in New York, he referred to the multiple and overlapping crises the world is facing, from regional crises with global implications to climate change and its consequences. , to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on various sectors, violence and extremism, as well as inflation, Growing, inevitable economic depression and the reality that many around the world are facing food insecurity, and developing countries are suffering the most from it.
King Abdullah II added that we must provide future generations with a different, wider and more just world where everyone enjoys strong economic growth, promising new opportunities, more better jobs and a world that leads to prosperity.
He stressed the need for joint action at the global level to ensure easy access to food at the right price and speed up the delivery of basic food to countries in need.