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Sep 22, 2020 at 05:51 PM ISSource: AP

The President of the Marshall Islands addressed the United Nations General Assembly on Monday calling on member states “to keep the promises made in the Paris agreement.” “As a lowland atoll country with no higher ground to retreat, climate change poses a severe threat not only to our future development, but also to our core security, human rights and our way of life,” said David Kabua in a speech that previously recorded. . “Climate change is a global problem that requires a global solution. Despite my country’s best efforts to show leadership in our climate action, we cannot do it alone.” The United Nations’ 75th Anniversary celebration in Kabula was said to be “an important reminder that we will fail in the future if we can’t remember lessons from the past.” This commemoration forces us to ask the question: Will we be here to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the United Nations? We expect our fellow members to help us save our place in this world. “

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