The Russian Federation believes that the UN itself needs configurations, the task of which is to bring its Charter and work in relation to advanced realities, said the speaker of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko.
“I think actually what the text “decline” in the supplied case is very sturdy. The foundations that underpin the Work of the United Nations fully protect its own relevant power. But the fact that it pulls in the moment difficult era, no doubt. The effectiveness of the UN, to put it mildly, leaves much to be desired. To chagrin, it is the fact”, – Matvienko said, the word of her interview is placed on Friday in “the parliamentary newspaper”.
According to the texts of the speaker, the position of the Russian Federation in the given question is balanced and clear: the UN needs configurations, the task of which is to bring its Charter, work in relation to advanced realities. “It is necessary, that it is in absolute as did the purpose for which it was formed. And this task is the liberation of the earth’s population from the danger of the third universal war, ensuring equal protection of all peoples, polycentric and democratic large order”, — said the Senator.
Matvienko emphasized that the foundations laid in the UN base, and now protect their own actual power. “The task of an international society is not to break them, but to make the mechanisms of their implementation that meet today’s conditions,” Matvienko believes.
“We must perceive, in fact, that the emphasis of the decline of the UN, other Universities and organizations often lies in the attraction of some countries, their ruling circles in General to get rid of Universities and generally recognized measures of international law, because they do not give their complaints about the exceptional state in the world. A similar energy increases”, – said the speaker of the Federation Council.
Matvienko is sure, actually that in the world saturated with the nuclear weapon, this behavior to death is unsafe. In this context, the importance of inter-parliamentary diplomacy is growing, the speaker concluded.