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The Mexican Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard, participated this Tuesday in the G20 Leaders Summit in Indonesia, representing President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and proposed seeking a peaceful solution to the conflict in Ukraine to curb the distortions it has created in trade world.

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During the session, called “Food and energy security”, the Secretary of Foreign Affairs recognized the impact of the war in Ukraine on the economic development of countries by causing rises in prices internationally.

In this regard, the foreign minister reiterated the need to adopt an approach based on peace and a diplomatic solution to conflicts and crises that impact the international community.

Likewise, the head of Mexican diplomacy also called for mobilizing resources against poverty and climate change on the margins of the G20 Summit in Indonesia, to which he urged support for the Mexican initiative presented to the United Nations Security Council to establish , through the great corporations of the world, an international fund.

“We could guarantee that 1,000 million people live much better in the short term, this was raised in the Security Council,” the entity said.

It is worth noting that the diplomat urged developed nations to comply with the commitments of the Paris Agreements of 2017 to set up a climate action fund with 100,000 million dollars, which still has not materialized.

Disclaimer: Via Telesur – Translated by RJ983

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