77th UNGA: Sall calls for Greater Africa on global stage

The Seventy-seventh General Assembly of the United Nations, opened on Tuesday with the Chairman of the African Union, Macky Sall demanding the deconstruction of narratives that confine Africa to the margins of decision-making.

The Senegalese President was the first African leader to speak at the gathering in New York, lamented that it is time for a fairer, more inclusive global governance, insisting that the African Union must be granted a seat in the G20.

Sall also stressed that the permanent member status for Africa on the UN Security Council remains a cardinal request.

Sall demanded Africa to be left to remain neutral in the war in Ukraine.

“Since our last session, the world has become more dangerous, and more uncertain. It is a global threat that falls under the primary responsibility of the (UN Security) Council as it is the guarantor of the collective security mechanism under the charter of the organization. We, therefore, urge the Council to engage…

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