Hakan Fidan: whole UN system needs reform

Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan drew attention to the fact that the United Nations (UN) security council “does not take steps” on many important issues, especially on gas. This “throws a shadow on the prestige” of the entire UN system. According to the minister, the need to create a more democratic, accountable system based on the parameters of international law.

According to information received from diplomatic sources, Fidan spoke to the session participants entitled “Global Management Reform” at a meeting of foreign ministers G20 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The Foreign Minister of Turkey emphasized the need for strong multilateral institutions and effective global management mechanisms to overcome geopolitical tension in a new multipolar world order.

noting the importance of making the necessary changes, he stated that for this should first be carried out by the reform of the UN Security Council.

The Minister emphasized that international financial institutions and multilateral development banks should pursue a policy suitable for developing and least developed countries to reduce the gap between developed and developing countries, Hakan Fidan noted that otherwise the goals of sustainable development will not be achieved. He added that the G20 plays an important role in this context.