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A European State The Charter of the United Nations is considered a "danger" and withdraws from it

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A European State The Charter of the United Nations is considered a "danger" and withdraws from it

Post by rocky on Thu 19 Jul 2018, 2:28 am





A European State The Charter of the United Nations is considered a "danger" and withdraws from it



Hungary announced its withdrawal from the United Nations Charter on Migration, citing the reason that the Global Convention encourages the movement of people that pose a threat to the world.
The Global Migration Charter, which was passed last week by UN member states after 18 months of negotiations, vows to strengthen cooperation in dealing with the increasing flow of migrants in the world.
Hungary's withdrawal comes after a similar move by the United States, which announced last December its withdrawal from negotiations on the charter, because of perceptions that do not correspond to US immigration and asylum policies.
"The document poses a threat to the world and to Hungary, because it will cause millions to migrate," Hungary's Foreign Minister Peter Zigarto said after Hungary's cabinet meeting. "Hungary must not agree, and so clearly declares that it does not in any way consider that any action Of the Convention as a way forward. "
Hungary, whose Prime Minister Victor Urban won a third term last April on the backdrop of his fiercely anti-immigrant policy, does not trust that the charter is not legally binding as stipulated in the latest version, Zigarto said.
For his part, the President of the General Assembly of the United Nations Miroslav Laichac, the Charter should not be seen as a threat, and his spokesman, Brendan Pharma, said the document should be considered the first platform to deal with the phenomenon of migration in the world.
"Regardless of the multiple positions of migration and the text of the Global Compact, migration is still a reality," Brendan Pharma said.
The document sets 23 goals to open the door to immigration and manage the flow of people after the number of migrants in the world to 250 million people or 3% of the world population. The document is expected to be officially adopted at a conference in Morocco on 10 and 11 December 2018.


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