The U.N. chief said at least 40 million children worldwide have missed out on education in their critical preschool year.
Friendship is celebrated to realize its usefulness and importance as one of the noble and valuable feelings in human life all over the world.
The 2014 constitution banned all kinds of oppression and labor exploitation.
The global pandemic has revealed endemic challenges.
The report, which covers only the southern parts of Yemen, forecasts that the number of people "facing high levels of acute food insecurity" will increase from two million in February-April this year to 3.2 million in July-December.
An online discussion titled 'Violence against Women and the Role of The Media and Social Media' took place last week as part of the British Council’s society program ‘A Safe Campus Community for All’.
The Sudanese government said Tuesday that his country submitted a report on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) to the African Union after the end of the negotiations between the ministers of irrigation of Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopian.
The Egyptian permanent mission at the United Nations participated in the UN’s virtual counter-terrorism week, held from 6 to 10 July.
The Speaker office said the meeting mulled ways to support and implement the Cairo Declaration.
The African Union has said an agreement has been reached between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia to resolve the outstanding problems regarding GERD via dialogue.
Around 269 million people used drugs worldwide in 2018, which is 30 percent more than in 2009, while over 35 million people suffer from drug use disorders.
"Sudan is deeply concerned about Ethiopia decision to start filling the GERD reservoir in the absence of an agreement" read the letter.
The U.S. has reaffirmed its support for “a fair and equitable agreement that balances the interests” of Ethiopia and the two downstream nations, while the Arab League said the water security of Egypt and Sudan are integral to the Arab national security.
Aboul Gheit stressed during his statement that the annex "will destroy any prospect for peace in the future."
The Libyan Speaker, Aguila Saleh, said in a statement that he on behalf of the Libyan people appreciates the speech given by the President Abdel Fatah al Sisi.
The core of these priorities is represented in supporting national efforts to manage natural resources in Egypt, reduce environmental risks, boost the local economy and maintain a greener society.
The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs requested the UN Security Council (UNSC) to call on all parties engaged in the Ethiopian dam talks to refrain from unilateral measures.
Egypt was the first Arab, African and Middle Eastern country to establish an embassy in Beijing.
Mlambo-Ngcuka has also expressed her happiness at the cooperation between the Egyptian government, the United Nations family, and UN Women Egypt in this framework.
The launching of the Dam construction without consultation with Egypt was seen as a violation of the principles of international law.