“Our world is on fire again,” Prince Harry denounced at the UN

“Our world is on fire again,” Prince Harry said at the United Nations General Assembly on Monday, citing global warming, Russia’s war in Ukraine and the COVID-19 pandemic.

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At an annual tribute to Nelson Mandela, Queen Elizabeth’s grandson arrived at the UN with his wife Meghan Markle and told how a photo of the former South African leader with his mother Diana in 1997 changed their lives.


“When I first looked at the photo, I immediately noticed the joy on my mother’s face,” he said, before continuing his speech about gravity.

“From the terrible war in Ukraine to the rollback of constitutional rights here in the United States, we are witnessing a global assault on democracy and freedom, the cause of Mandela’s life,” said Prince Harry.

“The consequences of decisions made by some of the most powerful people in some of the richest countries are being felt even more strongly across the African continent,” he added.

“The pandemic, war and inflation have plunged Africa into an energy and food crisis,” Prince Harry continued, also judging that the drought on that continent “is a reflection of the extreme weather conditions seen around the world.”

“As we sit here today, our world is on fire again” and “this crisis will only get worse unless our leaders take the lead, the countries represented by the seats in this room, bold and transformative.” make decisions,” he said. “Our world must save humanity,” demanded the Duke of Sussex.

He also assured that during his various visits he “always found hope in the African continent”.

“For despite the ongoing challenges, there are people across Africa who embody the spirit, ideas and ideals of Mandela and build on the progress he helped make possible,” he said.

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