Moscow, December 27 – The UN headquarters should be moved from New York to Ulaanbaatar, since Mongolia is not part of the military blocs and is located in the center of Eurasia, where 5 billion of the 8 billion population of the Earth live, according to Andrei Klimov, deputy chairman of the board of the federation. Federation Council Committee on International Policy, you think.
“It would be nice to move the UN headquarters from the United States to a truly neutral country. For example, to Mongolia – it is located in the center of Greater Eurasia, where 5 out of 8 billion inhabitants of the Earth live. And Mongolia is not included in the military blocs and does not strive to be world domination,” Klimov wrote on his Telegram channel.
According to the senator, in order to preserve the role and importance of the UN as a major “truly international (and not pro-Washington)” organization, it is necessary to balance participation in the UN Security Council, Great Britain and France by the leading powers of Asia, Africa and Latin America.
“I think there should be places for countries like Brazil, India and South Africa. The UN Secretary-General should also, in my opinion, not come from a country that is part of such aggressive military blocs as NATO. And the UN Secretariat should make no distortions in favor of dominant structures such as the Group of Seven.
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