In his speech at the 76th session of the UN General Assembly, Czech Foreign Minister Jakub Kulhánek called for greater international cooperation in the fight against terrorism, recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, and efforts to combat climate change. He expressed concern about the situation in Belarus and supported the integrity of the territories of Ukraine […]
The UN General Assembly officially approved the pact on Wednesday by a vote of 152 countries. The Czech Republic and four other states were against, 12 abstained and 24 didn’t vote, including Slovakia.
The UN Migration Pact can simply become another threat to a free and wealthy world, it doesn’t matter whether the Pact is binding or not, said the Vice-President of CEVRO Institute and former Czech Ambassador to Israel Tomáš Pojar. Progressivists are trying to reach a global system of redistribution of people — little by little, step by step.
The recently approved Migration Pact is written in naive language and comes from a time when it was repeated that the wave of migrants heading to Europe were people fleeing war and oppression. It looks as if it was written by a union organization of migrants.
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