US President Donald Trump will deliver a speech at the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Tuesday, according to the Los Angeles Times. The letter will focus primarily on UN reforms to achieve As well as the assertion that the promotion of American sovereignty is a guarantee of stability and peace.
Trump will focus on his forthcoming speech on US sovereignty and a number of reforms to be implemented, Trump is expected to urge other countries to pay more for the UN budget, the newspaper said on its website on Monday. He also worked for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), as well as urging UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to embark on effective and meaningful reform to make the United Nations able to achieve its desired goal.
The Trump administration has proposed substantial cuts in funding for UN peacekeeping missions, currently funded by the United States, about 28 percent of its $ 6.8 billion budget, Trump is also considering trying to shift its mandatory financial obligations to voluntary contributions, a move likely That the World Organization will cost billions of dollars.
According to the UN Charter, member countries are assessed on the basis of their gross domestic product (GDP) and often pay additional amounts for specific programs, such as the World Food Program, which provides supplies in famine areas, or the UNHCR, which coordinates refugee relief operations in Syria Sudan and elsewhere.
Hr McMaster, national security adviser at the White House, said Trump’s speech and meetings would strengthen the framework of US sovereignty, as sovereignty and accountability are essential elements of peace and stability.
“Trump will emphasize the main interests of the United States in both the North Korean and Iranian nuclear dossier, the Syrian crisis and the fight against terrorism, as well as a number of other pressing issues to be discussed separately with the leaders and diplomats he will meet,” the paper quoted a number of US presidential aides as saying. On the sidelines of United Nations meetings.
The 15-member Security Council, twice in the past two months, has unanimously agreed to impose tough sanctions against North Korea in an attempt that has so far failed to force it to keep away from its relentless pursuit of its nuclear weapons program.