Category: European Union

Vladimir Putin: the West provokes war with Russia on Tuesday 1 Feb.

Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the West on Tuesday of deliberately creating a scenario designed to lure it into war and ignoring Russia’s security concerns over Ukraine.

As tensions rise:

“Let’s imagine Ukraine is a NATO member and starts these military operations.

Are we supposed to go to war with the NATO bloc?

Has anyone given that any thought?

Apparently not,” Putin said.

The World Government Movement believes both parties must seek peace!

To be continued…

Malta becomes first EU country to legalise cannabis.

Malta has become the first EU country to legalise the cultivation and personal use of cannabis.

Adults will be allowed to carry up to seven grams of cannabis, and grow no more than four plants at home.

But smoking it in public or in front of children will be illegal.

Several other nations have similar plans, such as Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland.

Countries like the Netherlands tolerate cannabis use in certain circumstances.

The move by Malta, the EU’s smallest member state, is likely to be the first of a number of nations changing their cannabis laws after the United Nations last year reclassified cannabis to recognise its therapeutic uses.

The governments of Luxembourg, Germany and Switzerland have all announced plans to establish a legally regulated market, according BBC.

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United Nations chief to COP26: “enough of treating nature like a toilet”.

As the World Leaders Summit opened on day two of COP26, UN chief António Guterres sent a stark message to the international community.

We are digging our own graves”, he said, referring to the addiction to fossil fuels which threatens to push humanity and the planet, to the brink, through unsustainable global heating.

It was a grey and windy morning, as dozens of world leaders arrived at the Scottish Event Campus, of the key United Nations climate conference, in the city of Glasgow.

Since 6.30am, long lines of people gathered at the gates to get their accreditations, and pass through tight security, which included presenting proof of negative COVID-19 tests.

Journalists from all over the world set to work side by side in the event halls, armed with a host of microphones, cameras, lights and recording equipment.

The stage was set to hear from Heads of State as COP26 got underway, including the co-host:

  • Prime Minister Boris Johnson, of the United Kingdom,
  • US President Joe Biden,
  • French President Emmanuel Macron,
  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi,
  • European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen
  • and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

We want the Heads of State to be real leaders, and for them to ignite change and step up during COP26”, Juan Pablo Sierra, a young climate activist from NGO United for Climate Action, told UN News just before the ceremony started.

The UN chief called for greater ambition on mitigation and immediate concrete action to reduce global emissions by 45 per cent by 2030; an effort that should be led by developed countries.

G20 countries have a particular responsibility as they represent around 80 per cent of emissions”, he said, making clear however, that emerging economies must also go the extra mile.

We need maximum ambition, from all countries on all fronts to make Glasgow a success”, he added, according UN News.

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UN Security Council urged to strengthen multilateralism, to tackle serious global challenges.

According UN news the United Nations Security Counsil urged to strengthen mulilateralism to overcome our global challenges.

Various speakers addressed the UN security counsil for better cooperation between countries by strengthening multilateralism.

The UN Security Council met yesterday on Cooperation between the UN and the European Union in maintaining international peace and security.

UN headquarters in Manhattan, NYC

Multilateralism is when at least three governments participate in a particular issue or to try to solve a problem. 

Multilateralism is an example of cooperation among world governments and used in contrast with unilateralism.

Unilateralism is when a state acts without regard to the support or interests of other states.

The world government movement strongly support the United Nations security counsil in this matter.

We believe strengthening multilateralism will lead to improvement of the relationships between world leaders and countries.

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