We are dealing with the deepest recession since World War II

The world is facing the deepest recession since the Second World War, and inequality breeds instability. This was stated by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, speaking on Tuesday at a meeting of the Security Council.

According to Guterres, the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has left more than 120 million people living in poverty. “Hunger plagues millions of people in the world. We are dealing with the deepest recession since the Second World War,” the UN Secretary General said. “Billions lack social safety nets. People in the richest countries receive a third dose of the coronavirus vaccine when only 5% of the population Africa fully vaccinated. ”

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