On Tuesday, October 12, Venezuelan Foreign Affairs Minister Félix Plasencia informed that the second meeting of the Group of Friends in Defense of the Charter of the United Nations has taken place, in which the newest member of the group, Zimbabwe, participated.
Plasencia announced this via Twitter: “We have just had the second meeting of the Group of Friends in Defense of the Charter of the United Nations, with the news that Zimbabwe has now joined the 18 member countries in raising our voice in defense of international law and the principles of the UN.”
Acabamos de instalar la Segunda Reunión del Grupo de Amigos en Defensa de la Carta de las Naciones Unidas con la noticia de la adhesión de Zimbabue que se suma así a los 18 países que levantamos nuestra voz en la defensa del Derecho Internacional y de los principios de la ONU pic.twitter.com/pmnRUBaxr4
— Felix Plasencia (@PlasenciaFelix) October 12, 2021
The Group of Friends in Defense of the Charter of the United Nations is a community of countries that aims to guarantee common welfare for all present and future generations and have been illegally sanctioned by the US government and/or the European Union.
The initiative, formed at the suggestion of the Venezuelan Ambassador to the United Nations (UN), Samuel Moncada, seeks to guarantee, for all the peoples of the world, the effective application of the United Nations Charter—the most important moral, intellectual and legal instrument designed so far by humanity—in order to prevent a third world war.
Featured image: Foreign Affairs Minister of Venezuela, Félix Plasencia, at the meeting of the Group of Friends in Defense of the Charter of the United Nations. Photo: Twitter / @PlasenciaFelix
Translation: Orinoco Tribune