President Stevo Pendarovski delivered on Friday an address at the UN General Debate, saying fear was the least common denominator with regards to the emotional state of humanity today.
“Fear of wars, famine and poverty, environmental disasters; fear for the future of our next of kin. It is an undeniable fact that international order has been shaken to its core at various points of the world,” he said.
Regarding the Russian aggression against Ukraine, the President said it continued with unabated ferocity, which was in flagrant violation of the UN Charter and principles of international law. Regarding North Macedonia, Pendarovski talked about its attachments to peace, regional cooperation, and resolution of open issues through dialogue.