DUBAI / GUTERRES

13-Feb-2017 00:02:19
Speaking at the World Government Summit, United Nations Secretary-General said “improving governance, and improving confidence between governments and people, is essential and it is a condition to improve the confidence in the relations between countries.” WORLD GOVERNMENT SUMMIT TV
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STORY: DUBAI / GUTERRES
TRT: 2:19
SOURCE: WORLD GOVERNMENT SUMMIT TV
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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH /NATS

DATELINE: 13 FEBRUARY 2017, DUBAI, UAE
SHOTLIST
1. Wide shot, meeting room
2. Various shots, Guterres arrival
3. Wide shot, Guterres going to podium
4. Wide shot, Guterres at the podium
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General:
“We face a terrible lack of trust - lack of trust between peoples, between governments and political establishment; lack of trust between countries and lack of trust in relation to governance in global multilateral institutions.”
6. Tracking shot, audience
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General:
“Improving governance, and improving confidence between governments and people, is essential and it is a condition to improve the confidence in the relations between countries.”
8. Cutaway, audience
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General:
“In a world, in which everything is global, in which the problems are global – from climate change to the movement of people – there is no way countries can do it by themselves. We need global responses, and global responses need multilateral institutions able to play their role.”
10. Cutaway, Emir of Dubai and president of World Bank
11. Wide shot, Guterres walks to interview area
12. Med shot, Guterres and Becky Anderson
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General:
“I believe he is the right person for the right job at the right moment. He has qualities that are recognised everywhere. He has a competence that nobody denies and Libya requires the kind of capacity that he has and I think it’s a loss for the Libyan peace process and for the Libyan people that I am not able to appoint him. And it is very important to underline that nobody in the UN represents a government or a country. People in the UN have just one area of loyalty they need to respect - it’s the UN Charter. And so I deeply regret this opposition and I do not see any valid reason for it.”
14. Zoom out, applause
STORYLINE
The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told world leaders today at the World Government Summit in Dubai (UAE) “we face a terrible lack of trust - lack of trust between peoples, between governments and political establishment; lack of trust between countries and lack of trust in relation to governance in global multilateral institutions.”

Guterres also said “improving governance, and improving confidence between governments and people, is essential and it is a condition to improve the confidence in the relations between countries.”

UN chief told world leaders “in a world, in which everything is global, in which the problems are global – from climate change to the movement of people – there is no way countries can do it by themselves.”

He added in “we need global responses, and global responses need multilateral institutions able to play their role.”

During a seat-down interview, CNN’s Becky Anderson asked Guterres about the annulled appointment of a former Palestinian Authority’s prime-minister Salam Fayyad as a United Nations envoy to Libya.

Guterres said “I believe he is the right person for the right job at the right moment. He has qualities that are recognized everywhere. He has a competence that nobody denies and Libya requires the kind of capacity that he has and I think it’s a loss for the Libyan peace process and for the Libyan people that I am not able to appoint him.”

The appointment of Fayyad as a United Nations envoy to Libya was blocked last Friday (10 Feb) after United States raised objections to it.

Secretary-General said “I deeply regret this opposition and I do not see any valid reason for it.”

The fifth Annual Gathering of the World Government Summit has brought together world leaders, policy makers, international community members and experts from over 130 countries.
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