UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Sweden’s overseas minister says she hopes U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will help a robust United Nations and new Secretary-Common Antonio Guterres’ give attention to stopping potential conflicts from turning into pricey wars.
Margot Wallstrom stated in an interview Monday with The Related Press that when Trump takes workplace on Jan. 20, he must be judged by his actions — and never his tweets or previous statements.
In her phrases: “So we hope that it is going to be a rational strategy that may assist us. We consider that the robust U.N. will probably be good additionally … to make America keep nice.”
Wallstrom will preside at a U.N. Safety Council assembly Tuesday at which Gutteres will for the primary time talk about his concepts to advertise a extra peaceable world.