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French President Macron agrees with PM Modi; says “the time is not for war” at UNGA

Macron expressed the need for the UN Security Council to be reformed "so that it is more representative, welcome new permanent members and remain able to play its full role by restricting the use of the veto in cases of mass crimes."

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French President Emmanuel Macron attended the ongoing 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York City and backed Prime Minister Narendra Modi who had previously told, “today’s era is not of war.”

"Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India was right when he said the time is not for war. It is not for revenge against the West, or for opposing the West against the east. It is the time for a collective time for our sovereign equal states. To cope together with challenges we face," he said.

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