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Mexican President proposes a 3-member led global peace commission; PM Modi included in the same.

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's proposed 3-member led global peace committee includes Pope Francis, PM Modi, and the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres.

In the wake of geopolitical tensions around the globe be it the Ukraine-Russia conflict, the tension between Taiwan and China, or the Israel-Palestine conflict, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador seems to have a solution.

He has proposed a 3-member led global peace commission, in times when peace has become one of the most sought-after commodities in the international market. His leadership team for the proposed global peace commission includes PM Modi, along with Pope Francis and the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres.


According to his plan, the commission would aim to ensure zero conflicts for at least the next 5 years with no wars or violence, so that world leaders reorient their approach toward human development. The commission will also aim to facilitate truce and agreements in the case of Taiwan, Israel, and Palestine and not to allow more confrontation.

“I will propose it in writing, I will present it to the UN. I have been saying it and I hope the media will help us to spread it. Because they do not speak when it is not convenient for them,” MSN quoted Obrador as saying during a press conference.

López Obrador has called for an end to warlike actions and has invited the three global powers, China, Russia, and the United States, to seek peace. “Tell them, by their confrontations, nothing more than a year, they have caused this. They have precipitated the world economic crisis, they have increased inflation and caused food shortages, more poverty, and, worst of all, in one year, because of the confrontations, so many human beings have lost their lives. That is a paragraph. That’s what they have done in one year,” he argued.

The geopolitical clout of India has increased significantly over recent years, particularly after the pandemic in which India played a key role in supplying medicines to the world. PM Modi is one of the global leaders who was approached by both Zelenskyy and Putin in the wake of the Ukraine-Russia crisis. The increase in geopolitical clout is complemented by the inability of the UN Security Council to come on the same page and prevent or solve challenges that the world faces.


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