NAM States Urged to Help Uphold Int’l Order

Zarif slammed the US for its "new wave of extremist and unilateral adventurism" that is undermining the rule of law and threatening peace and stability across the world
NAM States Urged to Help Uphold Int’l Order NAM States Urged to Help Uphold Int’l Order

Members of the Non-Aligned Movement need to join forces to maintain the lawful international order that is under threat more than any time today, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said. 
"If we don't do so, we'll all be losers," he said in an address to the meeting of top diplomats from NAM in Caracas, Venezuela, on Saturday. 
NAM is a multinational organization comprising 120 developing states that are not formally aligned with or against any major power bloc.
Zarif said the movement needs to use its full potential to overcome the daunting challenges of the present time as well as those that are emerging. 


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