Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: The Secretary General of the United Nations has sent a letter to the President of the Security Council citing Article 99 of the United Nations Charter, regarding the extent of human casualties in Gaza.
According to Mehr, the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, in a very rare action, using his legal powers, activated Article 99 of the United Nations Universal Charter to ask the Security Council of this organization to establish an immediate ceasefire in Gaza under put pressure
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on Wednesday of the "complete and imminent collapse of public order" in the Gaza Strip.
According to Al Jazeera, in his unprecedented letter to the Security Council, the Secretary General of the United Nations has once again emphasized the need for a "humanitarian ceasefire" in the Gaza Strip. According to Antonio Guterres, the "total collapse of public order" in the Gaza Strip will make it "impossible" to send even limited humanitarian aid.
In his letter, the Secretary General of the United Nations has cited Article 99 of the United Nations Charter for the first time since the beginning of his activity in this position.
This article, which has been used only 9 times in the history of the United Nations, allows the Secretary General of this organization to invite the members of the Security Council to an urgent meeting and ask them to take action in cases where he feels that the "security and peace of the world" is in danger. Do something urgent about this.
This article allows the Secretary-General of the United Nations to draw the attention of the members of the Security Council to an issue that may "jeopardize the maintenance of international peace and security".
Guterres wrote in his account on the X social network (Twitter): "Considering the danger of humanitarian relief systems in Gaza, I call on the Security Council to prevent a humanitarian disaster and call for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire." ».
In his letter to the current head of the Security Council, he wrote that the situation in Gaza is deteriorating rapidly and it is possible that the consequences of such a situation for the Palestinians as well as the security of the entire region will be irreparable.