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António Guterres: Read the UN Secretary-General’s Davos speech in full

'We are in a world in which global challenges are more and more integrated, and the responses are more and more fragmented, and if this is not reversed, it's a recipe for disaster' Image: swiss-image.ch

António Guterres

Secretary-General, United Nations

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