Unilateralism waning on global scale

According to Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi, unilateralism is declining on the world stage, emphasizing how regional states and establishments are increasingly taking the lead in establishing international equations and future developments.

Iran (IMNA) - Raeisi made the statements while meeting with Kairat Sarybay, the visiting secretary general of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia (CICA).

Since Kazakhstan founded the CICA in 1992, the organization has worked as an intergovernmental platform to strengthen collaboration for the advancement of peace, security, and stability in Asia.

The CICA includes Iran, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Russia, and China among its members.

Raeisi believed that global trends were moving in the direction of multilateralism, saying that "with the [underway] decline of unilateralism in the world, it is [rather] the countries of the region and regional organizations that determine the future of [both] the region and the world."

The Iranian president said that CICA has a wide range of capabilities that might be used to improve communication among its members.

He also emphasized the need to maintain effective communication among the group's member states.

Raeisi believed that the contributions made by the member nations and the increase in the secretariat's measures would lead to a further bolstering of CICA's stature.

In his final remarks, he expressed Iran's willingness to share its experiences with the other members of the body, particularly in the areas of science and technology, economic development, and combating terrorism and organized crime. He also emphasized the significance of strengthening intra-regional corridors.

Unilateralism waning on global scale

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