“(We have) no power, no money, but a voice and a platform where people can (bring) together governments, civil society, businesses, and at least try to find ways to address the dramatic problems of our time,” Guterres said.
His comments were a response to a question about what levers the UN had at its disposal to stop a potential genocide in the Gaza Strip.
Earlier, Libya’s Permanent Representative to the UN Taher El-Sonni said at a UN Security Council meeting that without taking action and holding those responsible for the Gaza crisis accountable, the international community may see a genocide rivaling Rwanda in the 1990s.
Israel has, thus far, killed over 10,569 – including 4,324 children and 2,823 women – and wounded 26,475.
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