United Nations must serve interests of everyone says Mnangagwa

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President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Tuesday flew to Manicaland to assess the situation on the ground following the disaster caused by cyclone Idai which has so far left 98 people dead and  more missing.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Tuesday flew to Manicaland to assess the situation on the ground following the disaster caused by cyclone Idai which has so far left 98 people dead and  more missing.
Harare – President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said the United Nations should always be guided by its charter and serve the interests of all its member states, without prejudice.
Addressing delegates during the Zimbabwe, Botswana Bi-National Cooperation (BNC) President Mnangagwa said he was advocating for the reform and democratisation of the United Nations Security Council.
“At the international level, there is an ever growing demand for strengthening of global governance and transformation and transformation of the global governance system.
“The constant challenges in the international balance of power heighten the need to foster an international order that is fair, equitable and more rational to ensure that the common interests of our countries and other developing countries are assured.
“We remain convinced that the United Nations should always be guided by its charter and serve the interests of all its member states, without prejudice.
“To this end, we continue to advocate for the reform and democratisation of the United Nations Security Council so that it serves as the pedestal of international justice, peace and security,” he said.
President Mnangagwa said he has established a national dialogue to allow a broader cross section of the political players to express their views and input into the governance discourse
“A national Dialogue platform has been established to allow a broader cross section of the political players to express their views and input into the governance discourse.
“We are therefore, committed to dialogue at home, across the entire region and beyond.
“Together we shall create a new reality for our people,” he said.
President Mnangagwa has hosted two national dialogue meetings in which the main opposition party MDC Alliance has refused to attend while some of the political parties that attended the first meeting later pulled out of the dialogue process.